Daragh O'Toole

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Transport For London

War by Will Lanham

Think pink Always be careful when mirroring type

<b>Think pink</b> Always be careful when mirroring type.

Tizanding at Barley Brewery by Panco Sassano

Typeverything.com - Warsaw installation

Typeverything.com - Warsaw installation.

RT @NeilBennett: RT @declanf: A dad filled out a daycare questionnaire honestly for his 11 month old daughter. I like this dad. http://t.co/O9FeVJ3q7h

Islands Brygge Type

Pixelated Masterpiece Paintings out of LEGO

Squint your eyes. Do these works of art look familiar? They should. Italian designer Marco Sodano is the mastermind behind these LEGO interpretations …

When I haven’t any blue I use red — but does it float


Archivio by  Resistenza

Archivio is a neutral font family based on the sans-serif typefaces of the early 20th century. Geometric letter forms are combined with some humanist touches creating a clear and legible typeface. Archivio family includes Sans, Slab, Italic, Back-slant and other experimental versions. Manually edited kerning and Opentype features with amazing swashes, alternates and beautiful ornaments, It was designed for display and text usage

Internet Poems About #weather

How Much a Planet Costs: Astronomy, Economics, and the Trouble with Pricing the Priceless

<i>“It’s part of the nature of man to start with romance and build to a reality,”</i> Ray Bradbury poignantly observed in his seminal 1971 conversation with Carl Sagan and Arthur C. Clarke about space exploration. Indeed, much like so many of Bradbury’s romantic predictions eventually became reality, the …

Home Is Where The Wi-Fi is.made by Marcel Zager

Home Is Where The Wi-Fi is.


It’s undeniable—technology is changing the way we think. But is it for the better? Amid a chorus of doomsayers, Clive Thompson delivers a resounding “yes.” The Internet age has produced a radical new style of human intelligence, worthy of both celebration and analysis. We learn more and retain it longer, write and think with global audiences, and even gain an ESP-like awareness of the world around us. Modern technology is making us smarter, better connected, and often deeper—both as individuals …