The talented graphic designer, Cyril Voilloz who splits his time between Berlin, Geneva, and Vancouver shows off his sketching skills with the most lively typography series we’ve ever seen – interactive 3D typography. On his Instagram account, he took a picture of how he plays with typography. In these amusing photos, the artist makes you think you could pull, bend, squeeze and otherwise interact with them in any way you wish. Check out more of his clever creations on his Instagram page.
This set of alphabet is probably the most creepy/disturbing alphabet typography art I have ever seen. Created by graphic designer Takayuki Ogawa, called “Oral:phabet,” a grotesque, three-dimensional typeface modeled after the mouth, frozen in time while enunciating each letter. When asked the inspiration of his project, Takayuki Ogawa said “The mouth alone is able to express many emotions. Just like we use letter D to create the smiling emoticon :D. But what if we gave similar attributes to letters like B or N which are never used as expression forms?” Driver by this idea, Ogawa created this hand-crafted series to display how the mouth, lips, teeth and tongues looks like when represent different alphabet.
Experimenting is one of the best practices among designers. Like the “Type Fluid”, the amazing typography work created by Skyrill studio. Skyrill was founded by the Almossawi brothers, Ali and Hussain, and they come up with some great, fresh designs for our delight. We’ll leave you with the images and animation below and you can See more videos here. [source]
Lettering is an exciting illustrated typography project that takes each letter from the alphabet and transforms it into a complex, inhabitable structure. Designed by London-based illustrator / designer Jing Zhang, he creates letters from the English alphabet as if each one was a work in progress construction site. Each one of these letters is its own three-dimensional scene complete with staircases, little people, and all kinds of different tiny props. They are fun, whimsical and full of color. Looking at those letters just make my day. You can find more of Jing’s work on Behance.