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Posts Tagged ‘Typographic’

Designer Creates Vivid Typographic Experiments Of His Personal Notes

February 11, 2015  |  Samples  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

“Here’s to the crazy ones!” Notes to Myself, is a project by New York-based Australian illustrator, typographer, and 3D artist, Luke Choice. The project is about a series of typographic artworks that showcase Luke Choice’s personal random notes, quotes, and other peculiar writings in his collection. With a balanced mixture of typography and 3-D illustration, the brush script artworks then result to a unique and playful aesthetic. As Luke Choice do so describe his body of work, it “covers multiple facets of design, illustration and typography”. Notes to Myself has been receiving praise for its one-of-a-kind typographic style and use of striking...

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Create a 3D Typographic Illustration

May 1, 2013  |  Photoshop  |  , ,  |  Comments Off

Modern artists often use more than one application to create their work. This often means working outside of Photoshop much of the time. In this tutorial, João Oliveira will create a 3D typographic illustration using Cinema 4D to build the 3D and Photoshop for the post-production. Let’s get started! Editor’s note: For more 3D tutorials, visit our sister site Cgtuts+ Tutorial AssetsPlease download the following assets before beginning work on this tutorial.Cinema 4D Concrete MaterialWood Texture (Far left)1.Creating the Studio SetupStep 1Open Cinema 4D, create a new file and go to render settings, applying the settings shown below. ...

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Design Challenge #3: Create a Typographic Illustration

April 23, 2013  |  Photoshop  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

So far the Psdtuts+ Design Challenges have been a great way for many artists to experiment, improve their technique, and share advice with others. This month we want you to continue that great work by creating a Typographic Illustration. Be sure to share your illustrations with us on Google+What is a Design Challenge?Each month, we will challenge you to put your Photoshop skills to the test by creating art inspired by that month’s theme. At the end of each challenge, we may feature your submissions on our website and possibly discuss them in a Google+ Hangout.This Month’s ChallengeThis month we...

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You! Be Inspired! – Typographic Posters by Áron Jancsó

November 21, 2012  |  Samples  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

It is true that most of the time, artists discover create their most stunning pieces by accident or by random experimentation. Sometimes, the most unexpected result is more appreciated than those that are carefully planned and polished. Experimenting on various possibilities are always true in the design industry. Typography for instance is one great example where the power of imagination in experimenting is an advantage. One amazing designer whose works are products of playful experiments from scratch is Áron Jancsó. The Hungarian designer considers himself as a type addict who loves the use of shapes and structures in his typography and poster...

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The Art of Typographic Flourishes: Vintage Typography Design Inspiration

May 10, 2012  |  Samples  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

A quick Google search using the term “flourish” gets different types of results. The word can refer to an extravagant gesture that’s meant to attract attention. Sometimes it can also pertain to an ornamental embellishment in writing. We’ve discussed the subject of typography with our articles on movie intertitles and the role of typography in graphic design. Now we’ll take a closer look at typographic flourishes.   Typographic flourishes are reminiscent of the Baroque period, where exaggerated motion and details are dominant. Two of the most beautiful characteristics of Baroque page design are ornate borders and typographic flourishes. They are often described...

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