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

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Get Some Whimsy

Any day that the UPS man comes with a YWFT package is a good day, especially if the book is David Weidman’s Whimsical Works. First, just go ahead and order it. Secondly, after it arrives and you want to scan in every page and make prints for your house like me – head over to […]

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Wim Crouwel on Fonstruct

Stumbled across a collection of fonstructed (does that sound about right?) creations based on the original typographic works of Wim Crouwel. Check them out here!

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Wolff Olins

Wolff Olins recently updated their site with some lectures from their company. They also have a new flickr stream that would be good to follow.

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Plukart!

Mr. Plukart has quite a diverse assortment of various visual goods and oddities on his flickr stream although the illustrations are easily my favorite. Hello South America!

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Larry Bell

“A minimalist sculptor, Larry Bell first created shaped canvases and then turned to sculpture in the early 1960s. He was part of an avant-garde southern California group that included Robert Irwin and Craig Kauffman, and his primary materials were coated glass and plastics.” Quoted from“ Dictionary of American Artists”

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Karl Blossfeldt

I have always been attracted to Italian Botanical Illustrations, and recently saw more of Karl Blossfeldt’s photography here and here. I really enjoy seeing people’s ‘collections’ and this would fall under art and collecting which is always a couple of steps up in my book. The backgrounds are also amazingly rich. I dare you to […]

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Alejandro Paul from Sudtipos won a TDC2 award this year for his script typeface, Adios Script. Congratulations Alejandro and everyone else who won. Some great work in there!

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Raphael Boguslav

Raphael Boguslav “works entirely on the Mac, continues to pursue a lifelong interest in classical piano and builds radio controlled model airplanes.” He also has quite a hand for the pen.

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Stones Throw

We normally get a good amount of promo material around here from publishers and record labels and I do a horrible job of passing the “good cheer” along, but this will change, starting now. This week we got in a very nice package Stones Throw. The previous package they sent us was nothing-less-than-amazing, custom LP […]

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