Any definition of art makes it obvious that human
intervention is required in the result. So, to make
'WORDART', you are going to 'intervene' in the way a word
looks the next time you are designing a logo, a poster,
packaging (for breakfast cereal as an example), a
book/magazine cover, etc.. You are not going to simply
select and use an existing font/typeface without
altering/amending it in some way - or you may go the
extreme of custom designing your own letters/words.
refer to examples on right

'WORDART' requires that you use your knowledge of
design elemnts and principles, appropriate skills,
imagination and creativity. Without going into definitions,
what you create may be referred to as lettering, calligraphy,
typography, or typographic illustration - nowadays,
definitions can sometimes be confusing and even
contradictory.

The examples on the following web pages will make clearer
what 'WORDART' is, and provide you with inspiration.
WORDART
CREATED AND
MANAGED BY
EDUCATION GRAPHICS
MAY 2010

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