From ‘Typography Word Play - 1’ series by Arun Raj, a free time experiment, inspired by Ivan Chermayeff, Tom Geismar, and Sagi Haviv's work: Balloon.

From ‘Typography Word Play - series by Arun Raj, a free time experiment, inspired by Ivan Chermayeff, Tom Geismar, and Sagi Haviv's work: Balloon.

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I think this one would have looked a lot better if it had a san serif type face.

The "O" in Button is obviously a...button. I like that it is reminiscent of gestalt and that they are using the negative space to imply the button's existence.

Recopilación de logos de alta calidad

I'm assigning this concept to myself as homework...maybe since I assigned it, I'll actually do it.

Words as images

I love a smart logo, but I also like simple logos. I think that these are examples of good logos that just used simple type treatments to achieve a great result. All simple and eye catching

Though some of these would be inappropriate to share, some of these fonts would be interesting to show my yearbook class. Creative thinking--love it

Clever logos

The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.

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From ‘Typography Word Play - series by Arun Raj, a free time experiment, inspired by Ivan Chermayeff, Tom Geismar, and Sagi Haviv's work: Scream.

From the Game GalHere's a list of phrases to play an acting game like charades. All of the phrases are actions to act out. Have students take turns acting out a phrase silently in front of the class. The rest of the class tries to guess what the student is acting out.You can cut along the lines to cut the words into strips that students could draw from a bowl, or just read the words out loud.For detailed instructions on how to play charades, more free word lists, and even more games and…

From the Game GalHere's a list of phrases to play an acting game like charades. All of the phrases are actions to act out. Have students take turns acting out a phrase silently in front of the class. The rest of the class tries to guess what the student i

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