AMAZING hand lettering by Dangerdust. Every week they take over the chalkboard of Columbus College of Art & Design. See their portfolio here.

1 month ago 19 notes

Being that "&" means "and," we feel like it’s the perfect character to symbolize an exchange that connects you and another person. Make a simple image that interprets this unique piece of our letter-set and we’ll send you the work of another participant in exchange.

Read more!

2 months ago

Amy Martin.

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2 months ago 7 notes

At Biosphere 2, Oracle, AZ. This looks important.

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April
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F. Martin Ramin/The Wall Street Journal, Styling by Anne Cardenas, Lettering by Angela Southern for The Wall Street Journal
Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) mixes cocktails for the WSJ

F. Martin Ramin/The Wall Street Journal, Styling by Anne Cardenas, Lettering by Angela Southern for The Wall Street Journal

Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) mixes cocktails for the WSJ

3 months ago 3 notes

Hey Studiofound via itsnicethat

3 months ago 4 notes

Happy National International Waffle Day!

Poster via paperchat on Etsy, quote from Leslie Knope

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4 months ago 2 notes

NPR Music Showcase poster for SXSW 2014.

4 months ago 1 note

"The Butcher Boy" opening titles, reenvisioned by Kelly Thorn.

4 months ago 1 note
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March
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Gujarati sign, photo by Kate Copeland, via her Fulbright blog from M.S. University of Baroda

Gujarati sign, photo by Kate Copeland, via her Fulbright blog from M.S. University of Baroda

4 months ago 2 notes

Fontana Studios / Eugenie Fontana, for Firefly Salon.

Read more about the full design package (all with lovely typography) on the Fontana Studios website.

4 months ago

Jamie Keenan's new cover design for WW Norton's new translation of Kafka's The Metamorphosis.

"I knew I wanted to get across that shiny black quality that beetles have and that weirdo, fiddly, twitchy thing that a lot creepy crawly things have, too.

"This attempt to get across the feeling of ‘fiddlyness’ led to me finding a scan of an old Italian typeface that instantly conveyed that quality and also had enough solid sections for the shiny black part of the equation," says Keenan. "Fairly quickly a combination of this typeface and some legs donated by an image of a stag beetle produced the cover that pretty much ended up on the final thing…"

(More details at Creative Review)

6 months ago 10 notes

Maddie Black

zine project from PNCA typography class with Kristin Rogers Brown

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