Available from UK-based hat-trick design. Via CreativePro.
A new limited edition print by Seb Lester I’m proud to present ‘Blazing’, my new limited edition print. This piece is released exclusively through POW who sell the work of some extremely talented and well known artists including Banksy and Antony Micallef. For anyone who might be interested I thought I’d offer a little background […]
ILT in Tokyo On May 19, I’ll be in Tokyo to talk about type. I’ll be discussing where letters come from, the history of typography, why typography matters, and how we can all create better typographic pages.
From Type Media. Via @letterror
By Gerry Leonidas Teaching on a postgraduate course feels very much like a spiral: the annual repetition of projects, each a vehicle for a journey of education and discovery for the student, blurs into cyclical clouds of shapes, paragraphs, and personalities. There seems to be little opportunity for reflection across student cohorts, and yet it […]
Though I’ve yet to see it in the flesh, I like the look of Creative Review’s redesign. Everything from logo through type, format, & guts.
An absolute must-read: James Mosley’s Lettres à jour: public stencil lettering in France. Via @kupfers
Jonathan Snook at MIX10:
An alphabet created from 540 iPhone apps:
Gets a new web site
Reviewed by James Puckett In 1983 Rudy VanderLans, Zuzana Licko, Marc Susan, and Menno Meyjes began Emigre, a magazine about “…the global artist who juggles cultures, travels between them, and who is fluent in the cultural symbols of the world. An émigré.” Early issues meandered through essays, interviews, fiction and poetry. VanderLans directed wild layouts […]
Fleurons & the Monotype Recorder Original article in Spanish [English via Google translate]. Flickr set.
A beautiful new letterpress print from Cameron Moll:
Some interesting concepts from Penguin: The Penguin blog. via apolaine
The Decemberistss poster by Alex Trochut: via typojar
Marginal Notes Font Haus launches a nicely redesigned site:
Marginal Notes Some more from the Incunabula: via Paul Hunt on WLT.
Marginal Notes A lovely set of photos of books from the Incunabula , from the University of Glasgow Library. Note the hand below the marginal notes. Incunabula explained.
Marginal Notes by Henrique Nardi.
By Dan Reynolds I. Introduction Large or small, letters seem to inhabit their own universe. Re-arrangeable in any combination, they can spell out all conceivable messages, be they poetic, bureaucratic, or anything in between. But sometimes a text is just about its letters themselves, not an object to be read, but one to be looked […]
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