Got something that you like? Just pin it. And if you don’t want the world to know about it, just make a private board, and keep it all secret. Seriously, it’s not only an excellent tool for professionals, but also a fun way to find new things.
Take typography, for example. If you want to find some examples of quality work, you just have to hop on Pinterest and type "Typography" in the search field. Don’t want to go through all that hassle? Then check this out: we’ve assembled a list of 50 Pinterest boards that you need to check out. They’re all packed with the best of the best, and if you like checking out type and design, here’s where you start.
There are 960+ collaborators on this board made up of 10.6k pins. Seriously. There’s a LOT going on here.
Another solid board with multiple collaborators. It’s packed with a wide variety of designs.
Charlene doesn’t have a ton of boards to run through, but what she does have is packed with quality, particularly Word Graphics. Good stuff in there for sure.
As you can probably guess by the title, there’s more than just good typography in this board. But what she does have is pretty cool, and it works in some branding aspects, too.
From the intricate to the simple and everything in between, this board has it all.
Posters, logos, badges, and tips of the trade all dominate this board, and all of them work nicely together.
What’s great about this board is its focus on posters. There are a lot of good ones in here, with a wide variety of different styles.
There are a ton of good ones in here, with a particular focus on posts from Thetypefight.com. I knew nothing about them before, but now I do, and I love it.
Based on her description — "My future career is my greatest passion. As it should be :)" — I’m guessing that Nadya is new to the design world. It’s good to know that she’s picked out some quality typographic examples to serve as inspiration.
A solid board is deep, and that’s what Alvin has gathered here. The cool part is seeing posters from other countries that still have strong typographic elements.
That’s right, Alvin gets two entries on this list because of his awesome collection. Seriously, go pin some of these now. I did.
How many pins are on this board? Over 1,000. And it has 22.3k followers. Maybe you should hop onboard, right?
2.3k pins on typography. Get ready to get lost in some type.
I dig the variety in this one. There’s some cool twilling things in there too, which is rad.
Lots of posters for all of your print needs.
Just like it says on the tin, this man loves his type, and isn’t shy about showing off cool examples.
Here’s another one with a ton of pins packed with goodies.
8.6k pins on typography? Get ready to lose your afternoon/weekend.
Clean, simple and to the point.
Amazing examples of hand lettering in this board.
A great amount of pins (1.8k) combined with a mix of all forms of the art make this a killer board.
Just like you’d guess, there’s a lot of great neon typography examples in this one.
There’s more than just typography in these 2.7k pins, but it’s all good.
A colorful board packed with text.
The focus here seems to be on hand lettering, with a few other options mixed in there.
With a few exceptions, almost all of these pins are in muted tones.
Naturally, many of these are Photoshop based, but that may work to your advantage.
You’d think this was a NSFW category, but instead it’s all about business cards with some very cool text tricks.
There are a ton of brush stroked and hand drawn text in here.
I dig this one so much that I followed it myself. That’s saying something.
A wide variety of typographic effects are found here, from the simple to the complex and everything in between.
Motivational sayings rendered with great text.
If you want to tweak your text in Photoshop, Darren’s got your back with a board full of tips. (His other boards look pretty handy, too.)
One word: Bold.
Yes, this is about fonts, but there are lots of great typography examples in these 1,000+ pins, too.
They’re so close to 1,000 pins you can taste it.
It’s not packed, but the quality is high, which is rad.
There’s a good mix of stuff in here, and his other boards are also pretty solid.
There’s a NSFW post at the top as of the time of this writing (for bad language), but otherwise this board is killer.
Descriptions are everything, and this one has tons of hand-lettered signs and designs.
A quality mix of fonts and typographic designs right here.
With over 2.7k pins, this is a board and group that knows their stuff. Seriously, these are stellar pins in a wide variety of styles.
I mean, the dude has crowns in his name. How can I not link this board?
There are only 14 pins here, granted, but they’re all solid as a rock.
What I like about this board is the focus on typography, but the flexibility in mediums. There’s a lot of adjacent design stuff in here, too.
1.7k pins and 34.7k followers can’t be wrong.
There’s some good stuff in here, including a few tips and tricks to help out the newbies.
This is another cool and colorful board with a nice collection of typographic styles.
I’d be remiss (and kicked out of the house) if I didn’t mention my wife’s Great Logos board. It’s packed with lots of typographic elements, and she’s pretty cool, too.
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