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The Typographic Illustrations of Marcelo Schultz

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Marcelo Schultz is a Brazilian designer and art director with a talent for producing fantastic typographic illustrations. His work typically has a 3D look and feel but is done entirely without the use of 3D tools or applications. In fact, Schultz's weapon of choice is Photoshop. In this article we will take a look at some of our favorite pieces from his portfolio.


DDQ Design


The Skull of Rock!


Nike - Just Do It - Experimental Project


Awesome Type


Volkswagen "Bubble"

This piece is clearly not a typographic illustration but we thought it deserved to be featured nonetheless.


Nike - Just do It - Part II


LOVE. HATE. SEX. PAIN.


Coffee Lovers


Let's Rock Around The World


Born To Shine


Let's Rock Now!


OoOps!

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