It's 3D typography inspiration time. The very cool typographic illustrations from
digital artist Neil Duerden, with no concept too abstract, he showcases his skills with hyper-real digital manipulation. All typography treatments were part of a project to create 26 letters of the alphabet in 2 weeks. All of above can be viewed on his site - www.alphatypography.com.
The big idea was for the alphabet to be used as a sketch sheet for directors to reference styles and ideas for larger productions. "3D typography for the advertising world." With a touch of childhood themes, the work shows the amount of fun and imagination had with compositions of different digital letters.
More work from Neil's portfolio, displaying that he can serve up any sort of 3D typography.