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On the Creative Market Blog - How to Create Your First Font from Scratch: A Step by Step Guide
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How to Create Your First Font from Scratch: A Step by Step Guide

On the Creative Market Blog - How to Create Your First Font from Scratch: A Step by Step Guide

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from Spoon Graphics

Free Pack of Realistic Vintage Light Bulb Sign Letters

It has taken countless hours to render my latest free resource, so I hope my readers find some great uses for them in their design projects. These vintage style light bulb signs have been crafted using Photoshop’s 3D tools and combined with special lighting effects to create a full alphabet of letters that can be …

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from Spoon Graphics

40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text

Etsy Holiday Campaign 2013 by Melissa Deckert and Nicole Lecht - I love the lines created by the sprigs of berries.

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from GraphicRiver

Retro Text Style - Subtle Vintage

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Take the opposite approach for a surprising take on words. Use white space and design around it for maximum appeal. This could be used with any color scheme and might be fun to do a time lapse of someone drawing around the words being advertised.

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from Creative Bloq

Font of the day: South Rose

south rose free typeface / by sydney goldstein /created for a fictional luxury travel service / based on s. rose window @ notre dame cathedral in paris.

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from My Modern Met

Playful Lettering Alterations Transform Ordinary Words into Clever Illustrations

Ji Lee creates typographic illustrations that cleverly relate to the words themselves for his Word as Image series.

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American designer Paul Rand (1914–1996) defined design as a unified activity, based on analysis and governed by imagination. Throughout his lengthy career – in which he created some of world’s most successful and recognizable logos such as those for IBM, UPS, and ABC – his design work was governed by fundamental principles such as beauty, intelligence, repetition, symbol, and humor. He set new standards for graphic design.

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