40 Awesome Examples of Typography in Advertising

Typography forms an integral part of any design, be it print or digital. And when it comes to advertisements, proper use of typography can go a long way in conveying the ad’s message to the masses. After all, the goal of an advertisement is to convey a particular statement to the people, and there can be no better way to get your point across than by employing awesome typography in the advertisements’ design.

40 Awesome Examples of Typography in Advertising

Today, we shall take a look at inspiring and innovative usage of typography in advertising. And without wasting any more time, here is the list:

1. Volkswagen Touareg: Vultures

Volkswagen Touareg: Vultures

2. VANS

Vans

3. United Nations (Population Day)

United Nations (Population Day)

4. Mitchell Eye Centre

Mitchell Eye Centre

5. Toyota

Toyota

6. Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers (England)

Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers (England)

7. Species Risk Extinction

Species Risk Extinction

8. Skinny Cow

Skinny Cow

9. Sketchers Fitness Group: Shape Ups

Sketchers Fitness Group: Shape Ups

10. Regaine: Thinner

Regaine: Thinner

11. Play Station 2: Girlfriend

Play Station 2: Girlfriend

12. Play Station 2: Girlfriend II

Play Station 2: Girlfriend II

13. US Preventive Medicine: The Prevention Plan (Cobra)

US Preventive Medicine: The Prevention Plan (Cobra)

14. US Preventive Medicine: The Prevention Plan (Shark)

US Preventive Medicine: The Prevention Plan (Shark)

15. Voyages-SNCF

Voyages-SNCF

16. Orange: SMS

Orange: SMS

17. Nike Italy

Nike Italy

18. Nike

Nike

19. Newport Beach Film Festival

Newport Beach Film Festival

20. NeoNation

NeoNation

21. Layout Design 2012

Layout Design 2012

22. Kodak

Kodak

23. Khadims’ Shoes

Khadims' Shoes

24. A Journey To Zero

A Journey To Zero

25. Honda

Honda

26. Harley Davidson Nightster

Harley Davidson Nightster

27. Huawei Smartphones

Huawei Smartphones

28. Webber Wentzel Attorneys

Webber Wentzel Attorneys

29. Feltrinelli Publishers: Berlusconi’s Bubble

Feltrinelli Publishers: Berlusconi's Bubble

30. Panasonic

Panasonic

31. Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers (America)

Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers (America)

32. Grafica Positiva: Cascavel

Grafica Positiva: Cascavel

33. Complot Creativity School: Typography Course H

Complot Creativity School: Typography Course H

34. Complot Creativity School: Typography Course Y

Complot Creativity School: Typography Course Y

35. Brighton Language School: Espanol

Brighton Language School: Espanol

36. Australia Post

Australia Post

37. Aspirina

Aspirina

38. Adobo Magazine: Droga

Adobo Magazine: Droga

39. Adobo Magazine: Sagmeister

Adobo Magazine: Sagmeister

40. ABSA Bank

ABSA Bank

With that, we come to the end of this round-up. Which of the above typography examples did you like the most? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below!

Sufyan bin Uzayr

Sufyan bin Uzayr writes for various magazine and blogs, and is the author of several books. He blogs about technology, Linux and open source, mobile, web design and development, typography, and Content Management Systems at Code Carbon. You can learn more about him, follow him on Twitter or friend him on Facebook and Google+.

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Comments

  1. Amir Aslam says

    Wow! That’s a good design ……. Thanks for sharing good posting in your blog. I like it. You are doing good job.

  2. Daniel Nolan says

    I completely agree that typography place a huge part in design and can go a long way in conveying an ad’s message to the masses. This collection has some amazing designs inspired by typography. On of my favourite typography artist is Si Scott and it is great to see his Nick work in this collection.

  3. says

    These images are all really nice, but I was impressed by the creativity of Post. They transmit so many emotions, by using a pretty simple concept.