Typography is one of the cornerstones of good graphic design.
Below are some inspirational images of typography used in the fine arts to help give you a fresh point of view on typographic possibilities in future projects. (All images are copyright of the artists.)
How cool is this typographic sink sculpture? Looks like Times New Roman, doesn’t it? Exhibited by Richard J. Evans at the Free Range Graduate Art & Design Show.Typographic Sculpture →
Viewers can only decipher the words “Avante Garde” when viewing Damien Roach’s wood and steel sculpture head on. From all other angles, it looks like a strange jumble of wood. Image via design blog – This That These and Those.
Barbara Kruger‘s work employs dramatic typography. This image is from a 1991 installation Kruger did at Mary Boone Gallery in New York.
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