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Type the Sky : Lisa Rienermann made this font from buildings and blue skies.
Lisa Rienermann‘s Type the Sky series is reminiscent of the big city tourist’s point of view. The tops of metropolitan buildings squeeze in the sky to form a unique alphabet. Rienermann uses the negative space, the small patches of cloudy sky, between roofs to as the structure of a fun typography. The font has been understandably popular. The series received an award from the Type Directors Club New York. It was also used by Mercedes and Renault for respective advertising campaigns.
German artist Lisa Rienermann created a complete typeset without using any design software. Instead, she photographed the silhouettes of buildings against the sky above to shape individual letters. (via Photojojo)
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Letters formed by the gaps between buildings
Haha, I got a laugh out of this one. It's like a pick up line a graphic designer would use. I like the printing effect of the letters. #typography
Graphics & interactive blog by Geoffrey Dorne "Typography
tipofrutografia #tipografia #criatividade
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Sweet alphabet created from collage scraps - by Luci Everett
Zzzzz gives whole new meaning with this font!
Character and paper, paper and character. Through the special method of paper folding to make the covert from paper to character, this is feasible for the Chinese character that with long history and complicated.
TIPOGRAFIA, recordando las expuestas en el Board.
Johnny Depp typographic portrait by ~Leomosa on deviantART