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Typography is the art of print. Typography is everywhere, including greeting cards, books, posters, newspapers, magazines, and any other print media. The goals of Typography are simple, it must clearly communicate the message and do so in a visually effective way. To take this further we wanted to collect some amazing examples to get you inspired. Go ahead and check them out! We would like your feedback so comment below.

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov


  1. amazing really like it.

  2. this is really cool…loved the collection

  3. very cool and inspiring, thanks!

  4. Valuable info. Lucky me I found your site by accident, I bookmarked it.

  5. Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

  6. I love it. Thanks for sharing. Typography is one favorite parts of design. I spend as much time as I can learning new tips and tricks to better my typography skills.

  7. Excelentes tipografías, son una gran inspiración…

  8. Awesome collection you have here. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Igor, thanks for this collection mate, it’s awesome!

  10. this is really cool.Thanks a lot.

  11. Wicked examples man.

    Love seeing what other illustrators & designers are keeping themselves busy doing!

  12. Very cool! …. Wonderful!!

  13. Some of them are great, really.

    But, in my opinion, most of them are just example of what one shouldn’t do : too many colors, too many embellishments, too many… everything, which leads to something totally unreadable.

    This remains inspirationnal, but I think it’s important to keep in mind that the readability is the number 1 criterial when it comes to typography.

  14. Nice “young” collection of fonts but you haven’t seen awesome typography till you check out the ‘constructivist’ and the international type style of the 1950s, seriously….

  15. Great mix; where do you gather all those?

  16. I’m not liking a lot of these. Too many lack legibility.

  17. I have to admit, the majority of these examples – while beautiful to look at – I wasn’t able to read.

  18. wow these are so cool!!!

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