Redmajla Stefanovska

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Artist: Ndubisi Okoye http://bit.ly/1cj3Byz

Chromatic wood type specimens

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Typeverything.com<p>Porter Robinson monogram by Wete.

This  was a commissioned illustration for a book called “Our Portland Story”, where multiple designers are paired with writers with…

This was a commissioned illustration for a book called “Our Portland Story”, where multiple designers are paired with writers with PDX-related content.

Vintage Labels vol.4 by yAniv-k

Hotter Than A two Dollar Pistol

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Ever tried to write the Helvetica by hand? We did it Supernett™!<p>The result is a hand-drawn Sans-Serif in Light, Regular and Bold plus Italics. All done in upper AND lower case. More than 4700 glyphs per style and several OpenType features professionally support your typographic work

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No. Seven is a bold brush style script family of three weights, ornament set and a block capital “small caps” font. No. Seven is equipped with plenty of OpenType features: To activate the alternates click on Swash, Contextual, Stylistic or Titling Alternates or Discretionary Ligatures, Tabular or OldStyle Lining in any OpenType savvy program or manually select the characters from Glyph Palette. Always keep on Standard Ligatures for the best outcome.

Typographic Calendar

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Tu Propia Bandera

typeverything.com, by BMD

typeverything.com, by BMD

typeverthing.com, Press On by Sean McCabe

typeverthing.com, Press On by Sean McCabe

Addicted To Your Phone? It’s Your Fault, Wired Says

Wired’s Mat Honan suggests that our inability to disconnect is our fault. I strongly disagree.<p>Our phones are pulling us away from the moments we’re supposed to be living. A Twitter notification might distract us from a spouse at dinner. A perfect Instagram opportunity might filter an otherwise …

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