FYI Monday: Gorgeous Typography by Alex Beltechi

This post is part of the For Your Inspiration Monday Series showcasing the most inspiring designs out there. Each week a new artist or design style will be presented in order to get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy the series.
Alex Beltechi is a graphic designer & illustrator from Oradea, Romania. Alex specializes on digital typography designs. He is by far one of the best in field. What makes him stand out is the versatility in his type treatment. Whether it’s cute illustrations, grunge style or the popular 3D type designs Alex does it all. Find below a short selection of his work. For more inspiration make sure to visit Alex Beltechi’s Behance portfolio where you can explore close-ups as well as case studies.
FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

FYI Monday Inspiration Typography by Alex Beltechi

Written by Franz Jeitz

Franz Jeitz is a freelance designer and owner of Fudgegraphics. Originally from Luxembourg he now lives in London. Franz loves design, music and is a tea enthusiast. Follow him on Twitter.

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  1. I really like that last design for it’s colour palette as well as the patterned leaves and little bits and bobs surrounding the word but as a concept I prefer other designs because they have a meaning and purpose to them whereas that design looks to be just a bit of fun. I love the candy type, I’d love to see all the individual layers of it.

  2. Alex’s work seems very simplistic on the surface, but his use of lighting, textures and colour,adds so much depth to the typography. He seems to have a unique style from his cursive pieces to the strong bold type faces. His Oradea piece is very impressive, the text is strong enough not to be overtaken by the ornate background, but not to strong to overpower it. The Work & Play one is a piece I’ve seen featured on many site, which is a great credit to his talent!

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