Letterpress in London Reverting to Type from Lima Charlie on Vimeo. Curated by Graham Bignell & Richard Ardagh, Reverting to Type will showcase the work of twenty contemporary letterpress practitioners from around the world. 10th–24th Dec 2010 and 4th–22nd Jan 2011 Standpoint Gallery, London. For more information see New North Press.
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20 things I Learned Is the future of e-books in the browser? This work for Google by Fi is pretty impressive.
Letterbox Projects A series of eight cast iron manhole covers that tell the stories of the local community.
Get some ink Piel Script, the first typeface designed specifically for tattoos. Though you’re sure to find many other uses for it:
Cross-Country Adventures in Printing kickstarter link. via @ninastoessinger
deconstructing print Kim Rugg from Cool Hunting on Vimeo. via @theorosendorf
help make a movie Doug Wilson has just opened a Kickstarter project to raise funding for Linotype, the movie. Here’s the new trailer: You can help by donating big or small via Kickstarter. Doug is also writing about the Linotype machine and his movie for issue one of Codex. All very exciting stuff.
3 new limited edition prints by Seb Lester I released three new limited edition prints today, ‘Dreams’, ‘Stars’, and ‘So Much To Do’. I’ll show all three prints in this article, but for practical purposes I’ll focus primarily on ‘Dreams’, one of my most ambitious prints to date. What follows is an outline of what […]
By Charlotte Knibbs Major Project - How Can Interaction Be Achieved By Using Multipoint Perspective? from Charlotte Knibbs on Vimeo.
Erik Spiekermann on Design View
Field Notes Wings: Making the Field Notes 2010 Fall Edition from Coudal Partners on Vimeo.
The book you can’t part with A moment with Craig Mod from Graham CopeKoga on Vimeo.
on drawing with type
by William Berkson Part 2: Readability, Affability, Authority [read part one] When their words are put into print, writers want the text to be inviting and welcoming, so that readers will read what they have written. And they also want the text to have an aura of credibility, so it will be taken seriously and […]
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