It has been a while since we have published a good article about typography design. Most of the designers know that a good website to find inspiration from other designers is the behance network. Here we have gathered a remarkable collection of playful typography designs, in other words we did the dirty job for you and searched through hundreds of collections in behance in order to find the most appropriate and playful designs to inspire you. If you want to find more information about the designers simply click on their names. By the way, do you follow us on Twitter?
Tim Easley is a self taught designer & illustrator from London, who likes to work with hand drawn lettering, bright colours & bold lines. He creates work from uniquely imaginative concepts, matching seemingly unrelated subject matters in playful & explorative illustrations. Having previously lived in Tokyo & Seattle, he is now based back in his home town, where he works in a variety of mediums, predominantly creating art for freelance projects & prints.
His illustrations have been featured in a number of publications internationally, as well as being sold & exhibited worldwide. Most days Tim can be found in his studio with some inappropriately placed pencils, daydreaming & doodling, surrounded by pretty ladies & piles of gold.
Monster Cube is a wild new match three game that doesn’t just reinvent how we play games like Bejeweled and others, it redefines it by replacing the usual 2D game grid with an all new 3D “Monster Cube” scenario, all made of little cube-shaped monsters!
Frontage is a charming layered type system with endless design possibilities using different combinations of fonts and colors. Achieve a realistic 3D effect by adding the shadow font or just use the capital letters of the regular and bold cut for stark artwork. The typeface’s design is based on a simple grid which creates the friendly, handcrafted look of facade signs. It is generously spaced for maximum impact of your message.
Wassily Kandinsky, a Russian-born painter, printmaker and theorist, was one of the pioneers of Abstract art. His paintings of 1913 are considered to be among the first completely abstract compositions in modern art history, as they made no reference to the natural world and were inspired by (and took their titles from) pieces of music. His nonrepresentational paintings paved the way for the development of the Abstract Expressionist movement that dominated American painting after World War II.
He was highly influenced by the sensorial properties of color and sound, and sought to visualize these properties through increasingly abstract compositions. As a painter, Kandinsky tried to translate the most profound human emotions into universally comprehensible symbols and visual sensations. He saw music as the most transcendent form of non-objective art, and strove to produce similarly object-free, spiritually rich paintings