Architecture-Inspired Typography (15 pieces)


Scotland-based artist Christopher Labrooy sure knows how to make words come alive! He combines graphic design and typography to creates three-dimensional worlds filled with wit and whimsy. Experience modern fonts and see the names of famous architects Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Toyo Ito, and Oscar Niemeyer like never before. Cool bonus? At then end, check out some funky fresh typographic illustrations designed for the New York summer streets festival.















Chris Labrooy’s website
via [Looks Like Good Design]



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