One of the main elements in brochure design is typography. You would like to have a good combination of font styles in your brochures so that they work well with images and themes, because good font combinations make your brochures look more complete and more interesting to the reader.
In this post we showcased 30+ Typographic Brochure Designs from Behance. This list should guide you on how to choose the font style and layout to enhance the style of your own brochure design. Be inspired!
Awesome Typographic Brochure Designs for Inspiration
1. Rutherglen Festival Brochure via Damayanti Sarkar
An illustrated typographic piece describing the partnership between Uncle Toby’s and Amcor. The booklet was distributed during the Rutherglen Festival, Victoria’s premier wine region in Australia.
2. Giambatista Bodoni Brochure via Marie-Pier Tardif
Brochure designed in the context of a university course in the subject of renowned typographer.
3. Festzoom Logotype and Brochure via Plau
Festzoom is a movie, TV and new media festival for young filmmakers.
4. Festival Brochure via Patricio Murphy
Typographic brochure for festival identity branding.
5. Italian Neorealism Cinema Series via Oliver Lo
Typographic poster and brochure promoting an Italian neorealism film series.
6. Matrix for Regular Events 2010/11 via Atelier Martino&Jaña
Matrix for Regular Events Brochures.
7. TYPOGRAPHICAL BROCHURE via Martín Rozina
8. WWF Climate Change Poster Publication via Raewyn Brandon
The large contrasting text make the brochure easy to flick through, reading the key facts quickly, bold typography and statistics to capture the audience, the statistic shown through the small icons in the animals make a strong connection with the word extinction which then creates the shock factor as the audience understands it.
9. Typographic brochure via Jana Drnková
A typographic brochure was created for school project. The main aim of this project was to get knowledge about letter anatomy and research the classic fonts.
10. IamExpat via G Design Studio
The IamExpat visual identity is an amalgamation of different colours, shapes and sizes. The IamExpat posters clearly illustrate the cultural movement and social adaptation of the dynamic IamExpat community. Handmade, wooden letters and attached mini magnets create a colourful logo-puzzle, allowing users to play around and create unique typographic and colour syntheses.
11. Fashion Exhibition Brochure & Poster via Patricio Murphy
An awesome typographic fashion exhibition brochure.
12. Paula Scher: Designer Inspired Brochure via Stephanie Bonica
Accordian fold brochure made with 2 single images on one side fragmented into sections so that when held at the right angle, the images are made whole. The treatment of the inside was kept simple to allow the examples of Paula Scher's work to take center stage.
13. Typespotters Fieldguide via Peter Kaalund
Typespotters Fieldguide is a accordion fold brochure to help students navigate the 10 typographic style groups.
14. Frutiger Typographic Brochure via Marianne Forget
Typographic brochure about Adrian Frutiger and his most famous piece of work: the Frutiger font.
15. Typographer Brochures via Jessica Cacho
Logotypes created with the initials of famous typographers in typefaces they designed.
16. Eric Gill Brochure with Poster via Michael King
17. Manifesto Brochure Design via Scott Rodgers
A typographic brochure design for the Manifesto 'First things first' by Ken Garland.
18. Transgressive Lecture Series Brochure via Siyang Song
This brochure consists of front cover and back cover, inside front cover (general explanation of the lecture series/calendar of the lectures), speaker bios/dates, and event info/order form.
19. British Book Design & Production Awards 09 via Sara Melloy
A typographic brochure was required to showcase the nominations for the British Book Design & Production Awards Ceremony 2009.
20. American Red Cross Brochure via Kiera Duffy
This is a brochure for the American Red Cross. The main objective was to create a brochure that reinforces a concept and communicates a message.
21. YNNO Corporate brochure via Brian Bibi
YNNO Corporate brochure makes an "oversize" impact. Featured in Plus Eighty One magazine in Tokyo, Japan. (Typography Issue)
22. Central fire station brochure via Celeste Azure Tan
Brochure created for an exhibition: Construct a dialogue between type and architecture. It features grids of architecture such as Central Fire Station. The brochure was burned at the edges to further enhance the concept of surviving the war.
23. CIC Brochure via Zach Cassidy
The brochure is A3 in size and folds into a booklet that has five spreads displaying all the important and technical information. The booklet also completely unfolds to become a poster on the inside, printed in two color variations.
24. FS Clerkenwell brochure via Ian Whalley
The brochure takes the reader on a typographic tour of the London district that gave the font its name.
25. Type Directors Club Brochure via Kevin Moran
This piece focuses on exhibiting typographic elements that add visual interest through scale contrast, repetition, and movement. The piece’s target audience is a group of people that is well-acquainted with typography and look at the brochure to find appealing works of typography; therefore, the dynamic use of typography in movement in different sizes, weights, and forms is appropriate for the target audience. The aesthetic treatment complements the content of the piece.
26. Typographic brochure via Michal Tokarski
Everything in this typographic brochure is composed of one typeface (Roboto), including illustrations and logotype. The whole has classical and minimalistic form.
27. Manifesto Brochure via Craig Forrester
A typographic brochure for Ken Garland's 'First Things First' Manifesto.
28. F.E. McWilliam via Michael Toman
The resulting typographical-led brochure was printed on an uncoated card, using a double-fold.
29. Chank Diesel Brochure via Julie Rouleau
Brochure on the typographer Chank Diesel done in school surroundings.
30. Coffee Tip-ins for Cooking Light Magazine Brochure Design via Quentin Li
To produce work demonstrating mature design skills and aesthetics, make effective typographic choices for the project, and demonstrate attention to detail.
Design a series of three brochures. They all need to have some grounding elements to tie them all together. Each front cover design should reflect the essence of the brochure, giving the reader a hint of the brochure, and provide consistency.
31. Cult Hit Typography via David Duncan
When this accordion fold is completely unfolded, the letters read "Typographic Rules." A case completes the package, being that you can tuck the front page, and the back page into a case and flip through the accordion fold like a book.
32. Bonography via Solid Design Group
A typographic adventure through the life of Bono, singer to one of the most successful bands in history, world-renound philanthropist, and all-around cool guy.