Check out these themed variations on traditional typography, they contain slashes of tribal drive that moves at angles across upper case lettering, reminding us of the importance of being a student of history.
Typo Tuesday time! This week’s typography comes from self-taught designer Antonio Rodrigues Jr. from London, England.
At Headjam, we love finding typography that is a result of complex thought and creative direction. Spanish Typographer Giselle Vitali demonstrates this with her Musculante typography.
Headjam was delighted to have Athene Rhodes come in for work experience late in 2013. Athene came all the way from the Central Coast for this opportunity, and she also happens to be the sister of our lovely designer Anna Rhodes!
Wang Zhi Hong's typography, Ingenuity Follows Nature, has curvature and mystery. Click to check out the combination of black brush strokes and torn paper that he appears to have used as the medium.
French phrases, typography, and skulls with many colour schemes. What better way to celebrate Halloween and Day of the dead? Happy Typo Tuesday!
Filipino artist Hanako Amihan has created watercolour vegetable typography! Click to be inspired by these healthy characters!
The work of Sophie Roach is full of mysterious maze-like structures. We're also digging the groovy 60s vibe. While this isn't your typical Typo Tuesday typography, we challenge anyone not to get hooked on these designs!
German designer and photographer Lisa Rienermann gets her inspiration from looking up. In an urban environment, she photographs of the sky and somehow reveals typography.
Video painting by Sweateshoppe will change the way you look at murals, street art and the potentials for public space everywhere.
We discovered this typographer from the UK, and we just love his instincts. With typographical critters that range from prehistoric to marsupial, he's anything but sluggish, though he does include a snail.
Read and view how fractals, web design and math are all related and can be beautiful too!
In today's environmentally aware marketplace, finding new ways to cut back on packaging is in both consumer and producer interest. Earning his master's in packaging at Pratt Institute, NY, last year, graduate student Aaron Mickelson came up with a few very nifty, zero-waste ideas.
We recently got the old paintbrushes out here at Headjam for a special new project (shh! We'll show you soon!), and in our research we came across this incredible Turkish arform, ebru.
The colours and textures that photographer Tim Navis has captured in these shots of Namaskard, Iceland are truly captivating.
Long time friend of ours Lucas Maddock, a multi disciplinary artist based in Melbourne, contacted us earlier this month about a project he was working on.
On the way into the studio the other day Nicola found this beautiful gum tree leaf on the ground. It firmly secured a thought we have always had that nature really is the best designer out there.
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