They Use Letters To Illustrate Their Thoughts And The Results Are “Wordly”

If you’re an artistic person, then we’re sure that you are one of those people who make art out of everything. We’ve seen people make interesting things out of tissue paper while waiting for their takeout order at the local fast food restaurant.

Then there’s also those who doodle, pretty much non-stop, and come up with an amazing portrait, completely inspired by their creativity and absent-mindedness of what may be going on around them (we can’t blame them, focus is key!).

Now how about art made from words; letters/words literally making up the shape of something familiar to everyone all while telling a story.Using thousands, even millions, of words to create an image on their canvas is something that typography artists have mastered and it’s definitely a site to soar eyes.

Artists have to ensure that they’re work is legible, readable, and aesthetically pleasing, all aspects that make their artwork appealing to begin with. These pieces can be so versatile in ways that perhaps other art forms can’t be—artists can openly be expressive with their words and even address social issues clearly through the image as well as the typography they’re using to create it.

See below the magic some artists have created through typography art:

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