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Working Ludlow


Although looked down upon as not being for book work there are several faces designed for the Ludlow that are quite usable for books.
Until I can make a scan of them I'll name them: Eusebius, Goudy, Garamond, and Stellar. There may be a few others but these are ones that I chose based on their typographic merits. Stellar is a sans serif type that is quite nice for its weight and balance.

“The Complete Engraver” is now up on Mohawk Fine Paper's Felt & Wire:

http://www.feltandwire.com/2012/06/01/felt-wire-find-the-complete-engraver/

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Escrita no pavimento

Niels Shoe Meulman nasceu a 25 de Setembro de 1967 em Amesterdão . É um artista visual, grafiteiro, designer gráfico e diretor de arte. Alguns dos seus projetos estão em exposição permanente no Museu Stedelijk de Amesterdão e no  Museum of Modern Art, bem como em imensas colecções privadas um pouco por todo o mundo.

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About 2 and a bunch of other stuff

I am having a one-man show at a small local gallery in October.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dezcom/7270831560/in/photostream/lightbox/

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New Blogg on Typography

Check out my brand new blogg incl: Baby Teeth, Swedish handwriting reform and Black Letters. Sometimes in english sometimes in Swedish.

FF SCUBA, a readable contemporary sans, designed by Felix Braden @floodfonts, is now available at Fontshop. FF SCUBA instantly conquered Fontshop's most popular font charts! Download the complete FF SCUBA type specimen as a PDF file at Floodfonts

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Love the Typeface on 'The We and I'

Anyone have any clue what the as to what the display font is?

Smashing Magazine tells the story of a bitter rivalry between two foundries, and goes on to ask the question, "What is plagiarism?"

Note the cameo quote pulled from Typophile from our own Nick Shinn. Nice job, Nick!

http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2012/05/14/font-wars-story-on-rivalry-be...

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Kalimera Mellon

In conjunction with the exhibition Graphic Design: Now in Production at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City, Ellen Lupton of the National Design Museum and Cara DiEdwardo of the Cooper Union will moderate a panel of type designers discussing the problems they have tackled.

I am pleased that my font Williams Caslon Text is one of those in the exhibition, and I will be one of the panel discussing Wicked Problems in Type Design on June 18 at the the Rose Auditorium of Cooper Union. The others speaking will be: Philippe Apeloig, Hubert Jocham, Henrik Kubel, Jeremy Mickel, and Jesse Ragan.

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my new website wiescher.de

Just wanted to tell everybody that may new and humble website is up and running. Aloha Gert wiescher

Anyone know the name of this font?

margybh56's picture

glad to be here and this is my first post

glad to be here and become one part of this great community
I input this from my iPad and sorry for the short post

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Reo - a Two-Layer Grinning Grille

Reo

creamsodaa's picture

Help needed!

Hey!
I hope this works..
Could someone please help me out with finding this font?
Would be forever grateful! :)

CHEERS!

Jesse.

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love hand type

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Following FontSlice

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter as we begin announcing our foundry partnerships!

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120 kg of letters

Had a fantastic weekend in a course organised by Grafia, the Finnish Graphic Designer's organisation. It was a letterpress course, where the teacher Mikko Keski-Vähälä had brought a selection of his woodblock and lead fonts for us to use as we pleased. There was one graphic press, and we also used spoon or bone to rub the text in (good method for thinner paper). It was my first time to actually use those letters, and a fantastic experience.

Some pictures can be seen here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/milicarr/7083031803/in/photostream

The 1960's and 1970's are the inspiration for Sugarbang! Everything from music packages, beach party movies of the 60's to cereal box art of the 1970's are reflected in the kooky style that this font evokes. Sugarbang! is built on a random baseline so letterforms bounce up and down adding to the “zany” look of the design. It is a minimal font set which includes uppercase and lowercase letterforms. Suggested uses for the font would be above 42 points in size. Please note its normal tight spacing and that cap “T” and cap “L” have been specially kerned to account for the overhang of certain other letterforms. Sugarbang!- just add milk and it’s sugar frosted font goodness. Available at http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/astrolux/sugarbang/

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Counter. Would love your opinion on new shirt

I'm putting a new shirt up on TypographyShop
for the first time in awhile. I'd love this community's opinion on it and the choice of sizes for the word "counter."

As I noted in a string of comments on our Facebook page, the word "counter" has more than a couple of meanings. The O? Is it Oprah? The big O? Then the type geek wearer gets to explain what it really means.

Thanks in advance for your opinions.

Patrick

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Might anyone have any idea how/where I could get help identifying in what year this ATF brochure was published? The back cover, pictured below, lists their offices, which, I would think, might help identify the year. Where would I find a chronology of what offices ATF had open in what cities for given years?

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