21 Awesome Cropped & Sliced Typography Examples

Cropped & sliced typography was a hot trend for 2018 and is still hot for 2019, designers are using creative fonts to turn letters and text into creative pieces of art. Cropped typography is the art of erasing parts of the letters while still keeping their readability requires a lot of creativity and professionalism. This makes the design more attractive and intriguing for the audience because they have to guess what it means. Although it might look simple, integrating cropped typography with other design elements requires a lot of thinking, but the effect can create incredible results. It is a great technique for designers that like to have some fun with typography yet want to keep it neat.

So in this post I put together some awesome examples of cropped & sliced typography to help keep your creative fire burning.

1981 by Daniel Pecly

1981


Mmac by Sociedad Anonima

Mmac


A Place To Flyve by Aleandro Romandini

A Place To Flyve


Minim by Ion Lucin

Minim Typeface


Boma by Papanapa Design

Boma


Mutek Identity Makeover by Nouvelle Administration

Mutek Identity Makeover


Bien Hotel Yerevan by Mane Tatoulian

Bien Hotel Yerevan


Heritage by BOND Creative Agency

Heritage: A User`s Manual


The Art Of Attack by Hype Type Studio

Kobe X The Art Of Attack


Part by Lucas Gil-Turner

25 Nouns. Logo Collection


Laura by Sergio Marquez Clavijo

Laura  Modular Typeface


Huit Et Demi by Avant Post

Huit Et Demi


Art Exhibition In A Museum by Aurelie Gasser

Art Exhibition In A Museum


Flip by Estudio Duna

Flip


Anurati Free Font by Emmeran Richard

Anurati Free Font


Donnybrook Studios Branding by Conor Smyth

Donnybrook Studios Branding


Offsite by Mariusz Mitkow

Offsite


Sushi Branding Custom Logo by Alla

Sushi Branding Custom Logo


Old Legends by PG Branding

Old Legends


Cutting Edge Exhibition Identity by Mariana de Moura

Cutting Edge Exhibition Identity


Saint-etienne Opera House by Grapheine

Saint-etienne Opera House


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