Typefaces Typography Portraits is a form of art that involved technique of arranging type, size, spacing, kerning, adjusting the spaces of letter and typeface to form a potrait.
In Typography Portrait, these element are use to create shadow, line and texture to creatively produce an artworks. I was amazed when I stumbled upon Cris Wicks’s Typography Portraits of Bob Marley.
The combination and arrangement of text was neat and beautiful. Here are some example of great Typography Potrait for your inspiration.
1. Mr. Marley by Cris Wicks
Bob Marley is one the reggae icon and this typefaces typography portrait really portrays his slow and cool character.
2. Experimental Lyric Portrait by Cris Wicks
The color play and texts really contribute on the success-fullness of this portrait.
3. Beautiful Boogieman by Cris Wicks
This is one of my favourite typeface typography portrait example. I guess simplicity is the best.
4. A Man of His Word by Straye-Close
You can’t really tell that this is a typeface typography as you can clearly see the texts. But if we go deep by zooming the portrait, we can actually see the typography.
5. Burdened by Dylanroscover
I believed that you all can read all the texts which are referred to the critics and issues handled by Obama.
6. Steven Paul Jobs by Dylanroscover
Crazy ones! Nice eh..
7. My Personal Story Part I by Kwokidile
From the title, we can learn and understand that typeface typography portrait can be a medium for us to express our feeling and story. Whats your story?
8. Reznor Type Portrait by Max Dominguez
9. Kurt Cobain by Juan Osborne
Hello Kurt. Nevermind…
10. B.A. by CaptainBoneDaddy
Thats it guy. These are the best example of typefaces typography portrait that we can always refers to.
Personally, I really like Beautiful Boogieman by Cris Wicks. The portrait really help me to understand how emotion and simplicity is still one of the crucial factor in typefaces typography portrait.
So which one is your favourite?