These Concrete 4D Letters Make Sleek Typography Decor

By: Jen Chae - Published: Jul 2, 2013 • References:
This 4D concrete typography decor is by Michael Roschach of a creative concrete design company called Micromut. The letters, which are visually intriguing, are examples of an idea that has taken a new dimension. Standing on more than two feet, these heavy letters capture attention and give off a lasting impression.

Unconventional store signs or sculptures are a creative way to market a brand. These cement block letters would work perfectly with any rustic chic company or home. When opening up a new business, even choosing the font face can be a huge deal breaker. The font type of these concrete letters can be customized to spell out anything you want, to exude any type of image you envision. Stats for 4D Self-Standing Typography Trending: Older & Average
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