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Skyrill Animates an Alphabetic Experiment Titled 'Type Fluid'

By: Deborah Kim - Published: • References: skyrill & behance.net
'Type Fluid' comes from the mind of Skyrill, a design studio in Manama, Bahrain. The collection of animated shots started as a type fluid experiment. The watery work was created using three computer programs, and the fluid was done mainly through RealFlow.

This inspiring aqueous typographic art proves that the art of commercial print and logos could really benefit from innovative ideas such as this. Not only is this a very interesting project and aesthetically pleasing, but it also has lots of movement, which is an important feature to have to captivate viewers. Imagine billboards advertising for commercial brands using a moving logo. The graphic designer posted a detailed step-by-step process of what it was like to create the Type Fluid project. Stats for Liquid Typography Trending: Older & Buzzing
Traction: 18,725 clicks in 165 w
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Concept: Type Fluid
Related: 91 examples / 70 photos
Segment: Females, 18-55
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