Inventive Typography by Leonardo Betti

Now Reading:  Inventive Typography by Leonardo Betti PREV NEXT EN NEWS TV TALKS SHOP AGENCY Fubiz MediaPHOTOGRAPHY DESIGN POP CULTURE VIDEO TECHNOLOGY GRAPHIC STORIES MORE EN Inventive Typography by Leonardo BettiGRAPHIC 20 hours ago11shares0 11As part of the fourth edition of 36 Days of Type, Leonardo Betti created this colroful and ingenious typography. He used industrial materials such a concrete, resine and metals. Each letter is a reference to 70’s and 80’s design. See more in the picture gallery.Images Galerie (18)Written byalicehMay 5, 2017 0 0 PINTEREST GOOGLE+ TUMBLRMAILA story aboutLeonardo BettiJOIN THE CONVERSATION BOOKMARK THIS STORYMost PopularWEEK MONTH1ARCHITECTUREGreat Shots of White Architecture… 642PHOTOGRAPHYFunny Toys Photographed in Real Life 633PHOTOGRAPHYSurprising & Accurate Photographs… 584PHOTOGRAPHYImmersive Journey to Sri Lanka by… 565PHOTOGRAPHYMemories Captured in Incredible… 486PHOTOGRAPHYPeaceful Landscapes Photographs by… 377DESIGNVery Minimalistic Playing Card Deck 368GRAPHICMysterious Dark Paintings by Dawid… 369GRAPHICDazzling Mix of LEGO and Fashion 3010DESIGNTurning an iPhone into a Vintage… 2911PHOTOGRAPHYBlack and White Journey in Paris by… 2512PHOTOGRAPHYDelicious Embroideries by Ipnot 2413PHOTOGRAPHYIncredible Dark Photographs on the… 2214DESIGNTropical & Colorful Madero Café… 2115GRAPHICEnchanting Illustrated Butterflies… 2016PHOTOGRAPHYDeconstructed Hamburg Architecture by… 20 Focus OnDESIGNMashambas, The Farm Skyscraper Project3 weeks ago • 31460 119FOLLOWERS2 659 475LIKES

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Gradient Studies

For one month I was experimenting with a range of gradient-related techniques which I cover in my Skillshare class Mastering Gradients in Illustrator. The challenge for this project was to only use the gradient and colour tools covered in this class and c…

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5 Genius DIY Camera Hacks That Will Greatly Improve Your Photography Skills In 1 Minute

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert photographer, getting that perfect shot often takes painstaking effort and excruciating time. South African camera pro Sheldon Evans has a few quick – and we mean snappy – tricks that can cut your shooting time in half and save you heaps of hassle.

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Japanese Cardboard Artist Turns Old Amazon Boxes Into Tanks, Food And Other Incredible Sculptures

Somehow, everybody sees a cardboard box differently. Some people see it as a storage unit, some cats see it as a perfect home, and Japanese artist Monomi Ohno sees it as a building material for her amazing 3-D sculptures.It all began during her studies at Osaka University of the Arts, where she decided to specialize in 3-D animation.

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Wild New Anamorphic Sculptures From the Warped Mind of Jonty Hurwitz 

London artist Jonty Hurwitz (previously) revels in the skewed and twisted world of anamorphic artwork, where the meaning of a dramatically warped figures is only revealed when reflected against a viewing device, in this case a cylindrical mirror. While Leonardo da Vinci is credited for creating the

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Incredible Three-Dimensional Portraits by Bernard Pras

French artist Bernard Pras uses discarded objects to create these mind-blowing art installations that can only be seen from the right angle.”In order to create the anamorphic effect, the artist carefully plans the whole installation and places seemingly random objects, selecting them by color and size so that they would resemble a famous portrait or image from a single perspective. Pras uses plastic waste, old pills, boxes, bags, packs, dolls, toys, musical instruments, household objects, and pretty much anything that seems right for the color and texture he needs.”More art on the grid via Bored Panda

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Atmospheric Watercolor Paintings by Elicia Edijanto

Indonesian artist Elicia Edijanto creates tranquil black & white paintings featuring the close relationship of a kid with animals and his environment. From her website:”Nature inspires me a lot. My hope is that, my art will serve their purposes, remind us of how is human-nature relationship supposed to be, beautiful, harmonious, and living side by side.Using only black watercolour (mostly), I try to create unique relationships between humans and nature. My subject are often children and animals because they are honest, sincere, unprejudiced and unpretentious.”More art on the grid via Colossal

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New Elaborate Patterns and Designs Carved on Produce by ‘Gaku’ 

Although we first mentioned his work here only a month ago, food artist Gaku has continues to share numerous examples of his inventive approach to food carving called mukimono. Gaku works with little more than an x-acto knife to carve quickly before the fruit or vegetable starts to change color, exe

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Digital Artist Omar Aqil Interprets Picasso Paintings as Sleek Modern Sculptures

For this series titled MIMIC, Pakistan-based digital artist and art director Omar Aqil took a random selection of artworks by Pablo Picasso and completely reimagined them as 3D renderings. While Picasso himself created hundreds of sculptures, Aqil’s interpretations add a bit of whimsy and his own pe

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Blindness Light: Art Installations by Javier Martin

“Blindness Light” is a fantastic series of neon light installations by Spanish multidisciplinary artist Javier Martin, combining neon tubes and model portraits.The series aims to “explore contemporary standards of beauty by appropriating their iconography to undermine their apparent perfection”.”In the 20th century, the platonic concept of beauty as something that reflects the intrinsic, true nature of things was sidelined by the fashion, cosmetics and advertising industries based on outwards appearance and sexual attractiveness. Martin attempts to deconstruct this superficial perception of beauty by appropriating the very images that promote it. Inspired by the advertising campaigns of beautiful women one encounters on city streets, and in particular the juxtaposition between their stylized perfection and the surrounding urban grittiness, he reproduces them only to degrade their perceived perfection and question their inherent worth.”More art on the grid via Yatzer

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