Shapes in illustration, lettering, and type can complement one another

Yours truly, writing for Typekit:

A typeface with both utility and flair, FF Tisa Sans offers lots of opportunity for formal resonance. It can be the inspiration for graphic elements like buttons and borders, or it can help similar, more exaggerated shapes in lettering and illustration feel like they belong together (as it does in our demo page).

The demo features Quicksilver from Photo Lettering and an illustration by Chris Silverman.

Topics: Branding

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