Takayuki Ogawa’s 3D Oral Alphabet

Horrific, eerie, frightening, and strange… Graphic designer Takayuki Ogawa has created “Oral:phabet” – a grotesque, three-dimensional typeface modeled after the mouth, frozen in time while enunciating each letter. Ogawa designed the English alphabet with inspiration from emotions, as was the motivation for his graduating thesis from Tama Art University. He says, “In email we use the letter D to create the smiling emoticon :D. But what if we gave similar attributes to letters like B or N which are never used as expression forms?” The result, as you can see is a disturbingly realistic serious of mouths, lips, teeth and tongues, all hand-crafted from clay and mounted to a wooden frame.

Futuristic 3D Typography by Mohamed Reda

Futuristic and highly detailed 3D typography from Mohamed Reda is really worthy of your attention. Mohamed is an art director in FullStop Advertising Agency, Saudi Arabia. For these awesome creations Mohamed have used Vray and 3D Studio Max. And of course lots of imagination and creativity. So don’t hesitate and check some of Mohamed’s 3D typography after the jump!

3D Typography by Chris LaBrooy

We’re a big fun of talented graphic designer from United Kingdom Chris LaBrooy and have already featured a some of his typographic art works like Architectural 3D Type and New York Summer Streets. And today we want to show you some more. And as usual they are creative and highly professional executed. So don’t waste your time and take a look! Have fun!