Nase Pop Transforms Font Typefaces into Protruding Pieces of Street Art

By: Misel Saban - May 13, 2016
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Nase Pop is a celebrated street artist that brings font typefaces to life on urban walls using angles and dimension to render the typography three dimensional. The works make use of perspective and color to make it seem as though the flat illustrations are in fact protruding off the wall, adding a dynamic visual element to the graffiti pieces.

The illustrations are done by Nase Pop in bright colors and make use of embossed, carved and relief effects using shading and angles to make the letters look as though they are three dimensional from a variety of perspectives. The illustrations highlight the versatility of type in marketing and mass-media as a tool to construct a lasting impression.

Consumers are gravitating to the traditional aspects of typography as an art form in its own respective right, re-represented through the lens of 3D.