Dribbble Inspiration: Typography

We love typography, and so should you. It’s essential to any great web design, logo or print materials. A custom font speaks to who your brand is or what it stands for, and creating custom typography is skill that can take years for designers to master. We’ve found 15 incredible artists who take typography to a whole new level.

Each of the artists we found shows an exceptional talent for creating typography. Their attention to detail, precision and their creativity really makes them stand out from many of the other lovely works on Dribbble. Checkout their work and get inspired to step up your game.

Eddie Lobanovskiy

Using a variety of media (and a ton of skill & creativity), Eddie shows a great talent for lettering and typography.


Dado Queiroz

Dado’s works is detailed an lively, so much so that it almost seems to jump off the screen in front of you.


Olga Vasik

Olga is a talented designer (who also happened to design the Authentic Themes logo) who’s bold style makes her a lettering powerhouse.


Simon Ă…lander

Simon creates beautiful typography that really exemplifies and speaks to the business or brand it was created for.


Ryan Hamrick

All of Ryan’s work is upbeat, inspirational and you can really tell in his works that he enjoys what he’s creating.


Claire Coullon

Claire’s work is just awesome. And if you checkout her portfolio on Dribble you’ll get a sneak peak at her though process via her sketchbook. It’s amazing to see how her work progresses from first sketch to finished project.


Dave Coleman

Dave’s work covers a variety of mediums and styles, showing an impressive amount of typographical depth for one portfolio.


Dana Tanamachi

Dana’s delicate designs are each so meticulous you can’t help but stare and get lost in the intricate details.


Drew Melton

With many designs reminiscent of good old fashioned advertising and comic books, Drew’s work really packs a POW and a punch.


Bart Vollebregt

Brad’s work is one of a kind, and his unique typography style makes his work easily identifiable.


Sean McCabe

It’s clear that Sean loves typography, and his huge portfolio is peppered with phenomenal hand lettering that is sure to make you want to pick up a Micron right this second.


Colin Tierney

Take a look at Colin’s Dribbble portfolio and you’ll see loads of outstanding examples of lettering, calligraphy and more.


Jennifer Lucey-Brzoza

Jennifer has a wonderfully elegant, delicate and identifiable style that your can instanty see in many of the custom scripts/types she creates.


Rizon Parein

Rizon’s portfolio is full of awesome 3D works that literally take typography to a whole new dimension.


Danielle Evans

Exploring typography through food and other objects, Danielle’s works are equal parts imagination and precision.


Of course there are thousands of other typographical examples on the web, but these Dribbblers were a few of our favorites. Let us know if we should add anyone to this list, and we’d love to know who’s font works inspire you.

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Hi! I'm Kyla, and I'm here to share some of the latest and greatest news, tips, tutorials and inspiration for design that I find on the web. I hope you enjoy!