Vista Poster design with experimental typography

Font design with rounded and blurred letters Font design by Pangram Pangram® via Behance Logo design with blobby rounded font lettering Logo design by detecttype Logo design with blobby rounded font lettering Logo design by halorena Illustration poster design with blobby rounded font lettering Artwork by yokunen Label design with blobby rounded font lettering Packaging design by Fahrenheit 32 6. Experimental Characters — Typography is all about order: the letters follow each other in a predictable way, and the size of each letter is predetermined.

But even though we’re conditioned photo retouching service to think that words would otherwise be unreadable, in 2022 designers believe these rules underestimate the intelligence of the viewer. Packaging design with experimental typography Packaging design by Weird Studio Alphabet lettering with experimental typography Design by Ethan Fender via Dribbble In 2022, expect to see more designs where typography has been pushed to the limits of readability. The style of this trend can vary depending on what rules the designer chooses to break and why: letters out of order, odd shapes, deliberate obfuscation, or even redefinition of the letterforms themselves.

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These experiments challenge what can be considered the norm and seek to elevate typography to the rank of art, and rightly so. Book cover design with experimental typography Book cover design by Boja Label design with experimental typography Label design by Nicole Regine Logo design with experimental typography Design by Alex Aperios via Dribbble Lettering design with experimental typography Design by Szymon Czajka via Dribbble I don’t think messing with fonts, kerning and readability is detrimental. On the contrary, in some cases it can be very modern. - adamk., Designer at 99designs by Poster design by Cory Uehara via Dribbble Poster design with experimental typography Poster design by Milos Bojkovic via Dribbble 7. Tactile realism — If writing is the main vector of narration, it is the objects of our daily lives that really say a lot about who we are.