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    Strima is a geometric sans serif typeface that stands for minimalism and legibility. […]

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Hugo Zine

A couple weeks ago, I completed a new handset font called Hugo. To celebrate the release, I have put together a short web zine (PDF) to demonstrate the flexibility of Hugo as a display face. The zine takes text from the dada writer/performance artist/other worldly being, Hugo Ball. I think the two are a great […]

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File under: Font Nerd

With all this talk of corruption in the Chicago government, a certain person’s name rises to the top. Otto Kerner.

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Agostina

Agostina is a unique typeface in many ways. The obvious being that is is a Sans-Serif typeface that contains both beginning caps and ending lowercase swash letters. This instantly gives endless typographic possibilities to the user. Agostina takes advantage of the OpenType font format that opens further exploration with a full latin and limited alternate characters as well.

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Droid (Sans, Serif & Sans Mono)

I always give Google tons of crap, because I cannot comprehend how a company who at one time had stocks steadily in the $500 range, can have such ugly products. I mean, they have adult slides, guitar hero rooms, and endless insanity in their posh offices that make the .com offices of late 90′s look […]

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This blog collects sightings of this most flamboyant of all glyphs. …it’s creator a fan of the site sports a new ampersand tattoo. Via Design Observer & Kottke. Check The Ampersand.

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This last year’s show was an open entry exhibit. Normally when you do something like this, you get a couple of good pieces and a lot of not so good ones. This was not at all the case for this show. Shu and I saw that we had enough room (barely) to get all the posters up if we used the walls and fabricated cardboard walls. The posters that

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STAFF PICKS VOL.2!

Time for another round of staff picks. Download the full PDF here. All of the links are as follows: Two Lines Align Geometry of feelings Milton Glaser Pino Tovaglia: The Rule That Corrects Emotion Over and Over: A Catalog of Hand-Drawn Patterns AGI: Graphic Design Since 1950 Jan Van Toorn: Critical Practice Karel Martens: Counterprint […]

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TypeCon 2008

Just got back from TypeCon 2008 and thought I would give a little run down. It was held in Buffalo, NY and was great to see what the home of the Chicken Wing was like. I got there on Wednesday, July 16th and said my hellos and checked on the poster show. Shu was in […]

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New Non-Format

Just when I was about to forget, the London/Minnesota Non-Format update their site and remind me who my daddy is. Some of my favorite new work is the type treatments in these NY Times Style Magazine spreads. Non-Format. (Seen on cpluv)

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