Scrabble Typography Edition

Posted on March 17, 2012 Under Design

Typography nerds unite– Scrabble now looks great with this Tyopgrahy Edition. Made from beautiful solid walnut, for $199.

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Beautiful Swear Words

Posted on August 2, 2011 Under Art

Who knew swear words could be so beautiful? Well, Theo Olesen did.

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Fonts In Use

Posted on May 6, 2011 Under Design

Love fonts? Me too. Want to see them in use in print design and all over the web in the real world? Check out Fonts In Use where you can see type at work in all it's beauty and glory.

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Studiotwentysix2 Note Cards

Posted on December 21, 2010 Under Design

If you love typography, design and letter writing, then these note cards are a must-have. Five of the most popular poster designs from Studiotwentysix2 were selected for this typographic card set. The offset lithographic cards were printed in the United…

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Field Guide to Typestaches

Posted on July 26, 2010 Under Art

Field Guide to Typestaches. Amazing. Via Tor and many other places on the web. Screen prints are $24

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Fashion Brand Tyopgraphy

Posted on April 6, 2010 Under Design

Don't know how I missed Scott Hansen's awesome roundup of the Typography of the Fashion World. Very smart analysis and commentary. Check it out if you're a type nerd like me.

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Dogs as Typefaces

Posted on March 17, 2010 Under Design

Brilliant and awesome. Still love Helvetica. Via Swissmiss

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Top Fonts 2009

Posted on January 5, 2010 Under Design

Top Fonts of 2009. I love typography.

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Buddy Carr x Antonio Carusone

Posted on November 4, 2009 Under Design

Good little collaboration between California skateboard legend Buddy Carr and New York based graphic designer Antonio Carusone. A Skateboard and T-shirt combo. Limited to 100 pieces. Looks fun, thanks Anthony!

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New York + Google Maps = Font

Posted on July 24, 2009 Under Design

You can already check out Google Maps by Josh Spear, but what about Josh Spear by Google Maps? For this, we've got British researcher Rachel Young to thank. Inspired by the Google Maps Typography of Rhett Dashwood, she created this "font"…

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