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Showcase of Artistic Hand Lettering in Web Design

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With websites being built from digital code it’s difficult to imagine them being crafted by hand, but this post showcases a bunch of websites that feature custom hand lettering in traditional mediums. In place of fonts these websites boast hand crafted typography to add a real artistic touch to the design.

G’nosh

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Austin Eastciders

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The Soup Peddler

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Kansas City CreepFest

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GiveBeyond.Me

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Whitmans

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Kyle Steed

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Kolonien

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Odosketch

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Marie Catribs

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Amazee Labs

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Let’s Do This!

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War Child

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ConvergeSE 2012

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Full Frontal 2011

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Making Connections Everyday

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Brand New Conference

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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

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  2. G'nosh is my favorite. I like how the words look written on giving a more personal feel. It reminds me of your other blog. I'd like to do something like that for my site, but I have no idea how to do any of the technical coding details.

    I dislike Brand New Conference. The colors look childish, the font is semi-terrible, and it overlaps the navigation links. Bad planning in my opinion.

    Something about Full Frontal doesn't seem right to me either. I've tried to use the "scribble" looks before. It's not hard to do in Illustrator, but it just doesn't ever look professional to me.

  3. alicetheblue says:

    Chris -love this set!

    Marie Catribs has been around for a while – still a fav.

    thanks

  4. SentConcepts says:

    Nice set! Handwritten typography is pretty unique.

  5. Awesome to see G'Nosh to the rounds. It was such fun to build (at the agency I just left).

    Amazing stuff here, very inspiring.

  6. Awesome work dude. keep it up!

  7. Julia Agnes says:

    Superb collection! thanks for sharing )

  8. Andy D4 says:

    It's encouraging to see more tactile unpolished graphic approaches to type in digital. Its often something that's just approached from a functional perspective which is a shame. Bring type to life!

  9. This blog is really excellent. Excellent work. For this reason I enjoy of keeping returning to the weblog.

  10. Jack says:

    Excellent post. I love seeing hand rendered web designs, I need to take inspiration from this.

  11. The term web design is normally used to describe the design process relating to the front end design of a website including writing mark up, but this is a grey area as this is also covered by web development. Thanks.

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