Typographic Art by Luke Choice

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Australian designer Luke Choice is no amateur in the field of 3D art. The compositions and typographic projects on display on this website Velvet Spectrum offer lettering which looks edible, logos in the style of neon lighting and fantastically realistic balls of fuzzy string. The Notes to Myself project is a selection of collected quotations using a 3D brush script technique which combine the complexity of 3D design with the freedom of freehand script.

Minimalist Posters of Inspirational Quotes

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Combining clever quotations from some of the most celebrated minds in history with a stylish minimalist design, these posters by Toronto-based graphic designer Ryan McArthur offer some inspirational words of wisdom within this collection of aesthetically pleasing illustrations.

Using Google Fonts to Design Aesop’s Fables





Making use of the free resource of over 650 Google Fonts, designer Phoebe E aims to show the fantastic results available with a consideration of typeface combinations. This Aesop’s Fables project offers a great resource to add a level of style to your online designs which wont affect your budget.

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Promotional Design for the Bowling Script Typeface




As a promotional tool for the Bowling Script typeface, these 3D realisations offer a superb example of how to show off your latest fonts. The fact that these phone cases become beautiful yet impractical following the design process seems not to be the point here. We should simply enjoy the results visually.

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Neon Boneyard in Las Vegas










The salvaged vintage neon signs on display in the Neon Boneyard in Las Vegas offer a real treat for typography enthusiasts. Part junk yard, part museum and part art gallery, these images demonstrate how beautifully designed are the eye candy created to part punters with their holiday cash.

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