Fidel then, Fidel now. “So, is it really possible that if clothes make the man, they can undo him as well?” Read the full article here.
Introducing Dubby, the first handset typeface designed by Blake E. Marquis to be carried by YouWorkForThem. Check out his work and the font.
Some Friday type for all you slackers. “Letman’s letters are curious. His handmade style fits the boundaries of typography like a universe on itself by lashing out to illustration, grafitti and graphic design. Letters are free entities to him. They are clear and cunning.”
The mysteriously magic marker work of San Francisco illustrator, Scott Barry (Sacred Mtn.). Purchase his So Long Sister Moon zine at Nieves when it becomes available again. Or in the meantime, catch more work at Sacred Mtn. or Birdstand.
“A contemporary grotesque ornamental typeface inspired by â€˜The Unfinished Bodyâ€™ – a quote taken from Mikhail Bakhtin. The alphabet compares our with medieval folk culture where life and death was the same thing and always happened simultaneously. Bakhtin argues that the grotesque ornament was the ultimate symbol for this where human, animal and plant form…