…has some solid illustration work on his site. Go feast.
The Rather Difficult Font Game is guaranteed to keep you serif’d and sans’d…
Tell us how you did!
Old time buddy and former co-worker, Mr Eric is giving away a free font on his site called Greyscale Basic. For a freebie, its pretty nice so grab it while the offer stands. If you like like, end up using on that hot, daddy-fat-pockets new client of yours, drop the guy a few bucks so he can enjoy a nice lunch or something. Lets don’t all be take take take, lets give back this year, make 2008 the year of the give back, yeah? No? Don’t like fonts? Ok, I don’t like you either.
The good ole English Creative Review drops a spotlight on our exclusive typeface by Stefan Kjartansson, Black Slabbath. This typeface is blowing up, showing up everywhere, being gobbled up by everyone and easily becoming the font of 2008. If you get your hands on the March issue of CR, find this feature in the Agenda | Typography section. Cheers Creative Review!
We understand that it can be hard getting a feel for what a book contains when looking at it on the web. We, on the other hand, get to spend a lot of quality time with the books we have in stock, so we felt it may be helpful share a few of our favorites with you.
Eric Carl is digging up delicious designs from the seventies. â€” I’m jumping with joy.
Much of the behind the scenes work we do to make/concept/test new products can be fairly organic, strange and quite interesting. We will begin to show behind the scenes and strange insights to products on our site in this blog venue. This first insight is a look into a recent handset font, Pudge, and one of our Bangkok designers, Thun, testing it out in use. We choose to test Pudge on a empty door in our studio, the door is now much more interesting!
If there is a god, her name is flickr. Here’s our latest find of vintage goodies to plow through. Thanks to the French Pita ou Franck for the collection.
Not only does newcomer Sveinn Ãžorri DavÃÃ°sson live on my old stomping grounds in ReykjavÃk, ÃžÃ³rsgata, but unlike me he’s doing some really nice work. Let’s Keep it Complicated.
The Center for Design Studies has purchased and begun restoration of the Gastrotypographicalassemblage â€“ one of the most important artifacts in graphic design history. This masterpiece by Lou Dorfman and Herb Lubalin adorned the walls of CBS until its dismantlement in the 80′s. Read the classic tale of heroes and villains and get involved.