This is mesmerizing.
Artist Katie Holten created a New York City Tree Alphabet. Lovely.
I wish I had this typeface when I was at university: Times Newer Roman looks like a teacher-approved font, but it actually lets you cheat on your paper, as this typeface runs bigger than the regular Times Roman.
I can’t wait until Secret Holiday has this banner back in stock. Definitely a message I wish I would have had hanging in my house a few years ago. And now.
— zach lieberman (@zachlieberman) March 12, 2018
In this article over on printmag Dan Rhatigan tell us everything we needed to know about Variable Fonts, which are still in the early days of conception, but that isn’t stopping people from experimenting and pushing the boundaries.
How incredibly stunning is this hand-cut paper by Annie Vought?
Fontself lets you easily make your own font in Illustrator. Something I want to show my 10 year old…
Mathieu Tremblin paints over Graffiti to make it legible. This made the graphic designer in me chuckle.
(via Chris Glass)
Loving this series of handpainted found items by Dirty Bandit. Long live puns!
Netherland based 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!