How incredibly stunning is
this hand-cut paper by Annie Vought?
this t-shirt designed by Kyle Scheele. Also available as a print.
Fontself lets you easily make your own font in Illustrator. Something I want to show my 10 year old…
series of handpainted found items by Dirty Bandit. Long live puns!
If you like type and bold colors you’ll love
this Instagram account.
Prototypo is a parameter-based font generator.
Acumin looks fantastic. Definitely going to use it for a project.
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I love this!
Feelers is a slightly unsettling typographic experiment based on the movement of animal appendages.
(via But Does it Float)
No Mug made me chuckle.
FiDU by Zieta is an “inflated” metal alphabet. Beautiful.
Frontstand was introduced just a few days ago at TYPO Berlin and aims to be the iTunes of Fonts. Fontstand has created a Mac OS X app that allows users to test drive fonts from 20 international type foundries and independent designers for an hour at no charge. Fonts can then be rented for 30-day periods at 10 percent of the purchase price, with no location-based restrictions. This is fantastic!
Type a word into
this browser window and see it extrude into 4D. Hit ‘space’ to pause animation and then scroll to rotate type object. Filed under “I enjoyed playing with this for the last 5 minutes”.
Help ink sells
t-shirts, cards and prints that do good. The concept is simple: You spend $5, they give $1. The above t-shirt is by no other than Jessica Hische.
(via Chris Glass)
Love the design and message of this UGMONK shirt:
Minimize. I might call that the theme of 2015.
Typegenius helps you find the perfect combo of typefaces. Helpful!
Hand printed poster by Anthony Burrill – a daily reminder to stay curious. Framed in Portland in a black matte metal frame.
Never forget to enjoy the process. No matter what you do. Beautiful lettering work by
Sean Tulgetske, who I’ve just discovered thanks to this stunning Charity Water Mural.
This giant calendar called
It’s A Month made me laugh! Totally backing this Kickstarter. Well done, Dave!
Steve Powers a Brooklyn typography superhero. The building featured in this video is directly outside my apartment building. It makes me smile every time I walk by.
A tour of Brooklyn and Queens with
James Victore, looking at, talking about and trying to make sense of type on the street. Well done, Makeshift Society Brooklyn!
Thrilled to see that
Paper Jam Press started offering some of their designs as T-Shirts.