Times New Roman by Pedro Javier Arbelaez. This poster in particular is a favorite of mine. I assume this poster goes through the history of Times New Roman. What's great is that Times New Roman is the only typeface used here.
This is example for typography design. I like that design since it is so creative typeface using the glass shape for "g" even though the design is really simple. I've got inspiration when I do assignments for typography design class.
The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.
This logotype illustrates freedom literally by having the op half of the M fly off like a bird. The logotype uses the comparison of birds and freedom as a message. This logotype is effective in communicating meaning.
this logo is extremely minimalist but gets the point across very well. The I in time is transformed into the shape of an analog clock. because the logo is a simple black of white, it gives the onlooker a very simple futuristic feel.
Smart way of fusing an icon with the type inside a the "i" and "l" form the top half of a pencil. yet effective - designed by Reghardt Grobbelaar. ONE small triangle, reinforces the idea of the 'pencil' by making to 'L' and 'I' look like a pencil