Explore Typography

Typography is the study and manipulation of letters.  It is more than simply choosing a font for a particular situation, although that is a large part of it.  Typography can involve working with letters as shapes: using curves, angles and negative spaces to create design elements from type.  Here are some examples of graphic artists who have expanded the idea of type beyond just being a  functional tool for conveying information, into using type as a means of design, self-expression and communication. 

Stolen Stars

Thomas Heinz


D. Stempel 1960

Know of any amazing examples of typography?  Leave a link  in the comments!


About Megan Boyd

Teacher of Graphic Design I & II as well as Digital Photo. I live in Room B207.
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