Kinetic typography refers to an expression of text that transforms itself in time and space. This book explores various methods and examples of how kinetic typography can ad a sense of emotion to various print and digital media.

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Static vs. Motion Typography





Static vs. Motion Typography


Literal Typography - Creating interplay between the meaning of the words and their literal form.


Rhythmic Typography -Translating text as a visual counterpoint to the beats of music or spoken word.


Personified Typography - The process of differentiating voices in text.





Polymorphous Typography - The continual process of change within letterforms.