Posts filed under “typography”

Sketchbook Love

While working on my presentation for UX Australia, I decided it’s about time I had a new and snazzy font for my slides. Happily, I stumbled across Klim, a so far unknown to me foundry in New Zealand, and their lovely font Newzald, which may be just what I’m looking for. But lovelier still (to […]

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Over 50 Typographic Tees

Let’s just ignore how long it’s been since I posted here, shall we? Ahem. I’ve never really understood collecting – the feverish desire to have more, preferrably all of a particular thing – well, it’s always seemed a little bit soft-brained to me. Then I looked in my drawers. I have to admit it: I’m […]

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Type on the Move

I remembered some lovely animated typography this evening, went to see it again, and through the wonder of web 2.0 magic, I’d suddenly discovered a whole YouTube subculture of folks who are animating dialogue from films. Here’s the most impressive stuff I found. Warning: none of it’s visually unsafe, but some of the audio is […]

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The Yellow Bible

If you’re a designer, you’ve certainly seen it. And if you’re lucky, you’ve got a copy. FontBook, the most comprehensive catalog of typograpyh in the world. Last published in 1998, and sold out for ages, the new FontBook 4 will b released around the middle of September. If you’re in Germany you can preorder a […]

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