30 April 2015

Creative, Eclectic Collection Of Logotypes Made From Unexpected Materials

All who love typography should take a look at the works of Berlin, Germany-based designer, Jacob Eisinger, whose specialty lies in creating type driven 3D illustrations using unexpected materials.

Ranging from old and broken parts of electronic devices, balloons, to clay and neon signages, Eisinger experiments with assorted textures of unexpected objects to create creative and eclectic logotypes for various party series in Germany.

Take a look at some these amazing, highly-detailed pieces of typographic art in the images below, and check out his portfolio here.

[via Jacob Eisinger]