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who would of thought, "hair as type." In awe, this is very unique for an artist that is infatuated with horror, like myself.

Extreme Typography

In 2008 British born designer Craig Ward designed Hairy Alphabet, a font set using strands of hair. Each letter was created with ran.

Typographic exploration for with fashion Photography

Typographic exploration for with fashion Photography

Typographic exploration for with fashion Photography by Kalle Gustafsson./// Nice type choice for the letter "J".

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Буквы и ассоциации amandine delaunay claire-lise bengué direction artistique identité lettrage splash liquid cap beauty lab new york manhattan

Anastasia Mastrakouli uses her own body to create  alphabet

“NAKED SILHOUETTE ALPHABET“, a very evocative typography designed by the Greek artist Anastasia Mastrakouli, who uses naked female bodies subtly hidden behind a wet glass to trace the letters of the alphabet…

Under Construction by Carmelaine Antonio

Under Construction by Carmelaine Antonio

Good Typography Is Invisible / Bad Typography Is Everywhere by Craig Ward

60 Amazing Typography-Based Posters

Typography is one of the most fascinating elements of graphic design. If it’s web design, album art, posters, or any other type of graphic design, typographical inspiration can be a great resource for designers.

The rise and rise of generative art – particularly tools such as Processing – has spread to typography, with new abstract letterforms being created in an organic (yet still wholly digital) way. Although manipulating the code can control various factors, the randomness of the final output can also have a similarly raw, unique appeal to handcrafted work. New York-based typographic illustrator and designer Craig Ward has produced various generative art experiments, with often-unexpected…

The top 20 graphic design trends of 2012

Typography by Craig Ward Fantastic work by New York-based designer Craig Ward, who sees himself as a “typographic illustrator”.

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Creative typeface’s that i like

In 2008 British born designer Craig Ward designed Hairy Alphabet, a font set using strands of hair. Each letter was created with ran.

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