Spectacular Examples of Typography in Print Ads

Typography is one of the core areas of design, but it is often overlooked in fields of design, and many of us have seen a plethora of cheesy text effects that attempt to pass for quality typography.  But, in high quality design, mastering typography is an essential component.  In many print advertisements, typography is the core aspect of the design, because it communicates both text and a visual concept.

In this post, we’ll examine some spectacular examples of typography in print advertising.  Let us know in the comments what you think of each piece, or if you’ve come across any other examples.

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WMF Knives – Apple

Everythign in Every Thing by Fil Dunsky

Hwa-Young Hotel Balloons

Webber Wentzel Attorneys Firemen

Jung von Matt – Anatomy of a Great Idea

ACAB – All Cars and Bikes

Dom in Rock

MTV Organic

HBO ‘Unexpected’

Typography Burger

Lexus CT 200H

NSPCC Thank You

Saizen Media

Orange 100%

True Love

Energia School: Solid Foundation

Grupo Vhiver: Cell

Bexomer: Rat

Coca-Cola Contest

CTS Graphic: Typography


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  1. Jon McLaren April 18, 2011
    • Eric Shafer April 18, 2011
    • Michail. April 19, 2011
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