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

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2009: Death to the Books!

Update Shortly after we posted this, we launched The YouWorkForThem Book Archive in response to everyones comments. We hope you enjoy this new section of design information. The Bad News This year has been a strange one for YWFT, that is for sure. As 2009 brought us many new challenges with the economy, we have […]

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Free National Flags Illustrations

A recent internal project required us to create this file of over 75 national flags in vector and raster format. We are now giving this away and hoping it may help someone else out there. The file is saved in Adobe Illustrator CS1 format and can be used anyway you like. Some images were found […]

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One of our very talented customers just let us know they used the font Ivory (by Facetype) for a recent project. The result is a very nice example of Ivory’s beauty when combined with such beautiful filming. Have you use one of our fonts/stock in a project? Share it with us!

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Ashkahn

We have been having a great month for fonts, with many new designers joining the team and designing many new handsets and opentype collections. One of our latest designers to join the team is Ashkahn. We though we would take this quick moment to tell you you really should check out their work. Lots of […]

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Profile: Matthew Wahl

Matthew recently joined our lineup of font designers, so we wanted to take a minute to introduce him to everyone.

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Lorem Ipsum Vade Mecum

LOREM IPSUM VADE MECUM is a publication we’ve pieced together to provide our community with insightful content about typography and other design topics while utilizing our versatile font collection. LOREM includes articles from Design Assembly, Willi Kunz, Terese Elhard, Matt Desmond, Ryan Nelson and interviews with Gerard Unger and John Maeda. The compendium was designed […]

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I just posted started to post a few high definition (HD1080) videos on Vimeo of our newest dvd release, The Interpretation. I will continue to post a few more chapters from the dvd (minus the audio) in which you get to see a rare level of the detail in our motion work, you can also […]

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How do you want your stock vectors?

We are curious, would you like to shop for our stock vectors as single drawings or do you enjoy how we do it now as collections of 25 drawings? For example, iTunes allows you to buy single songs, or buy the entire album from a musician. Which method do you enjoy?

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