Mind-Blowing Lettering & Logotype Examples By Finn Reville (Part 3)
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We've shared many various lettering and logotype blogs with you in the past, but what sets these mind-blowing lettering and logotype examples out from the others is that they're all done in a Victorian and calligraphy style. Isn't it amusing? Another thing worth noting is that all of the letterings and logotypes on this blog are pretty colorful, which we really like. We hope that you will feel the same way when you go through these collections in-depth since they will inspire you to make your own things, and we are confident that it will be nothing short of wonderful.
For those who are unfamiliar with lettering and logotype, we recommend that you read this section of our blog carefully so that you may better comprehend the words. Knowing more about something increases your chances of growing better at it, which is exactly what we want, right? To be better, distinctive, and constantly one step ahead of the competition?! Lettering literally means "the art of drawing letters" in layman's terms. We all write letters and utilize them in our designs, but the actual art of lettering is drawing them to convey a message. All of the letters, words and other elements serve as illustrations, giving the reader a sense of what the ad is about.
A logotype, on the other hand, is a logo produced to symbolize a company's name; it can be several names, initials, or even signatures, but what distinguishes one design from the others is how that logo design is styled. Now, we know that creativity is not limited to a specific age group, gender, or country, and that anyone and everyone can be creative in their own unique way, but the only way to get noticed or be effective with whatever you're doing when it comes to lettering and logotype is to know which styles to use and when.
Also, understand that it will not happen quickly; you may have to explore for weeks, if not months, to get to the finest of your lettering and logotype designs, but we want you to know that it will be worth it, and you can begin that journey right now. Sure, Victorian and calligraphy writing and logotypes are distinct and have a lot of promise, but let us first learn about the letterer in order to appreciate the imagination behind their works and collections, which you will see after you have finished reading the blog.
Finn Reville is a Russian letterer (who makes lettering and other things outside of job hours) who was inspired by the Loop Clausi part of Litteras et Exemplaria (The Loop Is Closed). The concept may appear to be about building loops and the like, but it has a unique twist that we'd like to share with you: Closing your own time loop and returning to the beginning should not imply that you have been trapped in a vicious cycle all this time; instead, you must recognize the new beginning, which is similar to the old one but not identical to it - It might be distinct from and coexist with the previously formed loop. Finn was inspired to develop his own writing and logotypes, which he enhanced with vivid and brilliant textures and turned out to be more than just lovely.
We'll leave you with these mind-blowing lettering and logotype samples by Finn Reville so you can absorb the creativity and reasoning behind them while also working on your own unique ideas. So, goodbye, for now, people, with the promise that we'll be back with something more exciting in the near future.
Mind-Blowing Lettering & Logotype Examples By Finn Reville
Credit by: Finn Reville