I'm writing a paper about the history and future of 3D typography -- does anyone know of any good references (preferably online) related in some respect to this subject? Thx!
3D as is animation/movies pre-digital?
3D as rendered CAD objects?
3D as in sculpted architectural forms?
3D as in hand painted signs of letters in perspective?
> 3D as in sculpted architectural forms?
I ♥ typeworkshop.com run by Underware has done some great 3d experimental stuff like this.
I know that one graphic designer and sculptur Takenobu Igarashi had made a lot of works of 3 D type, It's a Good Stuff
Igarashi is a classic.
A really cool book for you to get is "Dimensional
Typography: Words in Space" by J Abbott Miller.
There's a site for that? Cool.
This is in the Miller book btw.
Thanks, I have the Miller book. I couldn't find much on Igarashi as far as 3D stuff - does anyone have any links or specific titles?
A 3d papercut font
more about it:http://designarchives.aiga.org/index.html?s1=2|s2=1|eid=331
and also 3d interior type: