Typography, as design, takes a different kind of skill and artistic eye than using typography exclusively for headings, subheadings and article content. Today, the term “typography” covers a wide range of subjects, such as: Typesetting, Logos, Graffiti, Computer design, And more. One of the fascinating facets of modern typography is that it has also become an art and design form.
In graphic design, the creation of images and pictures using words, letters and even sentences, highlighting various font types, has become a viable and creative art form with a base set in typography. As an artist uses pen and ink or oil paints and brushes while creating a work of art, a graphic designer creates beautiful images made with the use of typography.
Many, who have become top-notch typographic designers, have also designed their own fonts and letters.
One way to explain typography, as a word design, is to try to picture a poster where everything is made of letters.
This includes: All headings, All lettering, All article content, All images, All artwork
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Everything above is made of letters and words. These images or pictures will usually look pretty normal, at least at first glance. After a second look at detail, it becomes obvious that the pictures are formed with letters. Many times the letters are actual words or even sentences, which might tell a story that compliments the poster or graphic art.All of these examples of typography have their own strengths, but these strengths are individualized; what works for a billboard will not necessarily work for a website, or a movie poster. In addition, speaking of websites, a good typographic design is essential. It can make or break your Internet potential.