Hi there guys! We hope that you all had a great time reading our previous blog and that you are super excited for this one as well so, we won’t take a lot of your time to start it but we would love to thank you all for always making sure that you leave your constructive criticism under our blogs, for always sharing your suggestions and requests with us and for also letting your friends and family members read the blogs too. It feels amazing to know that we have amazing readers here and we hope that you will continue supporting us in the future as well.
We have shared many different blogs on lettering and logotypes with you guys in the past but what makes these mind blowing lettering and logotype examples different from that stuff is that these lettering collections are all created in Victorian and calligraphy style. Sound fun, right? Another thing that might be worthy of your attention is that all the letterings and logotypes in this blog are quite colorful and we love that vibe, really. We hope that you will too when you will go through these collections in detail as that will also help you get inspired as well so that you can create your own stuff and when you do, we can bet that it is going to be nothing but perfect.
For those who don’t know much about lettering and logotype in detail; we want you guys to read this part of our blog carefully so that you can understand the terms better. Knowing about a certain thing doubles your chances of getting better at it too, and that is all what we want, right? To be better, unique and always ahead in the game?! In easy to understand words; lettering literally means the art of drawing letters. We all write the letters, we use them in designs as well but the real deal in lettering is to draw them in order to deliver a message. All the letters, phrases etc. act as illustrations giving the reader an idea of what the ad is about, what the text says and if you know how to do it nicely, you have already won the game.
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On the other hand, a logotype is a logo that is created to represent a company’s name, it can be either multiple names, initials or even signatures but the thing that sets one design apart from the other ones is how you style that logo design. Now, we know that creativity is not limited to a certain age group, gender or a country for that matter and that anyone and everyone can be creative in their own different ways but the only way to get recognized or to be effective with whatever you are doing when it comes to lettering and logotype is that you know what styles to use and when.
Also, know that it does not happen overnight, it will take the time that it will take, you might have to experiment for weeks and may be even months to get to design the best of your lettering and logotype designs but we would like you all to know that it will be worth it and you can start that journey from today too. Sure, Victorian and calligraphy styles of lettering and logotypes are different and have a lot of potential in them too so, let us get to know about the letterer first in order to understand the creativity behind their creations and collections that you will be going through once you are done reading the blog.
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Finn Reville is a Russian letterer (creates lettering etc. after working hours though) and he took his inspiration from the section of Litteras et Exemplaria which is known as Loop Clausi (The Loop Is Closed). The idea might sound like something creating loops etc. but there is an interesting twist in it and we would like to share it with you all: closing your own time loop and returning to the beginning should not mean that you are stuck in a vicious cycle, all this time but you must acknowledge the new beginning which also refers to the old one but it should not be like the first one – it can be different than the previously created loop and can exist with it too. That encouraged Finn to create his own lettering and logotypes which he beautified with bright and vibrant textures and they look more than just beautiful.
It is time for us to leave you with these mind-blowing lettering and logotype examples by Finn Reville so that you can process the creativity and the rationale behind them and can also work on your own unique projects as well. So, guys goodbye for now with the promise that we will come back with something more fun in the future super soon.
Credit: Finn Reville
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