Typography Design Inspiration #20

Do you guys know we feature weekly or bi-weekly typography designs for your inspiration? Here’s the twentieth part of typography design series. We select the typography artworks based on quality, and every image is linked to the original source. We do not take credit for any of the work mentioned below, however we do take credit for hunting the Internet. We hope the following artworks serve as a great source of inspiration.

We always like to hear from you guys. If you got some typography designs and like to share with us, do it comments below or write us from the contact us page. We review all design entries and possibly showcase them in our upcoming posts.

Don’t forget to check out our previous typography collection.

No One Is Thinking

No One Is Thinking - Typography Design Inspiration
No One Is Thinking

London – Show Us Your Type

London - Show Us Your Type - Typography Design Inspiration
London – Show Us Your Type

Clean Up

Clean Up - Typography
Clean Up

The World is a Party

The World is a Party
The World is a Party

Life is Short

Life is Short - Typography Design
Life is Short

Whole Lotta Love

Whole Lotta Love - Typography Inspiration
Whole Lotta Love

Facet Typography

Facet Typography Design
Facet Typography Design

Record Label

Record Label - Typography Design Inspiration
Record Label

Thirties Gothic Modular Typeface

Thirties Gothic Modular Typeface
Thirties Gothic Modular Typeface

Made Up

Made Up - Typography Design Inspiration
Made Up

Lettering vs. Calligraphy – Official Workshop

Lettering vs. Calligraphy - Official Workshop
Lettering vs. Calligraphy – Official Workshop

Thecnology

Thecnology - Typography Design Inspiration
Thecnology

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4 Responses

  1. Marvellous inspirations..! I have checked it and really liked your efforts. Keep it up.

    Hariot @ VITEB.CO.UK

  2. Jim says:

    You might want to check your spelling on the last entry…Thecnology/Technology.

  3. Jordan says:

    Nice roundup, I like the work you’ve selected.
    One thing though, most of these examples aren’t actually “typography” in the professional sense, but lettering. It’s a common misconception, but the difference is typography is the skill of setting type, and lettering is the skill of drafting letters. Your first example, “No One Is Thinking” as well as “Thirties Gothic Modular Typeface” are examples of typography, while the rest would be examples lettering. There is a great article about the differences here:
    http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/01/17/understanding-difference-between-type-and-lettering/

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