» Typography in the Art or Art in the Typography?
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Posted on: March 31st, 2011

Typography was initially developed to better serve the purpose of improving the visual perception of a printed text and thus delivering textual content to the readers more effectively. The art component has always been present in typography, especially at the dawn of its development. Take a look at any ancient book and you’ll see how artfully every glyph was drawn and how richly the text was decorated. Later with the development of mass printing, font designers concentrated more on the practical characteristics of a text rather than on its artistic values. However, today, with the rapid and active development of digital typography and its popularization among visual designers, typeface creators are again ready to fascinate and impress us with the font designs, which clearly belong to art.

Workshop : letraria2 : curitiba by Dado Queiroz
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Typowall ? Love For Retro Typography by Vector Hugo
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This is a test. by Sarah Mick
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Life Is Calling by Sarah Kung
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More typography artworks!


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