Gorgeous Typography Examples in Advertising Design

Posted: October 22, 2010 in Uncategorized
Jan 13

Typography, the art of arranging type, type design and modifying type glyphs, is often considered as a major part of promotional material and marketing. If you use typography properly, you can not meaningfully convey the message, but also strengthen the brand of your company.

Typography has always been very inspiring and nowadays many artists experiment with type treatments to achieve inspiring, unusual and beautiful results. So, without a further ado, let’s take a look at 50 tremendous print ads that use the power of typography to communicate with potential customers.

Typography Examples in Advertising Design

Complot Creativity School – Typography Course: H



PS2: Girlfriend, 1



Nike Italy



Hahn Nitzsche Recording Studios: Kaffee



A Journey to Zero: Integrated campaign



Toyota: Efficiency



New Honda Insight



Mitchell Eye Centre: Trash



Australia Post: Hug



Nike



US Preventive Medicine / The Prevention Plan: Shark



Harley Davidson Nightster: Horsemen



US Preventive Medicine / The Prevention Plan: Cobra



Orange: SMS



Everlast: Persevere



Aspirin: Headache, 2



Adobo Magazine: Sagmeister



Complot Creativity School – Typography Course: Y



Adobo Magazine: Droga



Brighton Language School: Espanol



Amazon: Rock



Khadims Shoes: Squirrel



Feltrinelli Publisher: Berlusconi’s bubble



Panasonic DVD Theater: Boom



PS2: Girlfriend, 2



United Nations Population Fund: Population day



Brighton Language School: Deutsch



Pak-n-stor: Bedrooms



Volkswagen Touareg: Sharks



Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers: England



Regaine: Thinner



Ben & Jerry’s: Universe



Stowe Mountain Resort: Searing red streaks



Amnesty International: Ted Bundy



Valenki Boots: Toes



LOU DOILLON FOR I GOLD CAMPAIGN



LOU DOILLON FOR I GOLD CAMPAIGN



Panasonic DVD Theater: Crash



Bert & Bud’s Vintage Coffins: Mellow



Volkswagen Touareg: Vultures



D-Edge-Awards



Inlingua-Business-English



Orange



D-Edge-guest



Skinny Cow



Coca Cola



Feltrinelli Editore / Richard Overy: War



You Don’t Have To Stay Inside The Lines



Pivot Boutique: Karma



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