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Shavered - Ridhwaan Moolla - Using scraps or offshoots rather than more obvious objects to create letterforms. Allowing the medium to dictate the stylisation of the typeface.

Custom Typeface Design - Photographic - 'Shavered' by Ridhwaan Moolla, via Behance

I'm a sucker for cool looking alphabet print, my kids will have more than a few of these...

Are you interested in our alphabet wall stickers? With our kids letters wall stickers you need look no further.

This animal alphabet by Marcus Reed is very bright and colourful. Great for children as each word is made up of one or a group of animals that start with the same letter. Very educational and helpful for anyone struggling to find an animal that starts with a certain letter, it not too complex to understand, simple and clear designs.

Animal Alphabet

This animal alphabet by Marcus Reed is very bright and colourful. Great for children as each word is made up of one or a group of animals that start with the same letter.

Te apuesto a q si haces algo así te lo compra Eli B.

Wire Look Typography. Digital artist and motion graphics designer Dan Hoopert created this typographic artwork for a college project. The wire letters a

What?! Now I NEED some black shoes with white laces so I can write some two letter word while I am walking. HI? AM? IT? The possibilities are endless. Nice work Gabriel Figueiredo.

Shoelace Typeface - Gabriel Figueiredo Love this, reminds me of my basic pins and string type experiment, which I did the day before finding this. I can't believe I didn't think of applying the principle to shoelaces, corsets, etc.

Design would b great for a background for  my magnetic spice board I'll make some day

The Studio of CHRIS SILAS NEAL - Hand rendered typography that give each food word some character.

Industrial typography

Alphabetical Industrial Typography - Kalle Hagman - Use of photographic manipulation to clarify letters - cropping objects and utilising greyscale makes the typeface more uniform.

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How cool is this concept ! Spanish designer Oscar Diaz has designed a calendar that uses the capillary action of ink spreading across paper to display the date. Each month, a bottle of coloured ink...

Oscar Diaz Ink Calendar

Calendar using the capillary action of the ink on the paper. “Ink Calendar” make use the timed pace of the ink spreading on the paper to indicate time. The ink is absorbed slowly, and the numbers in the calendar are “printed” daily.

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