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  • Achille II Cyr FY
    For our first cyrillic font, we choose to complete Achille FY, one of our favorite Fontyou fonts. Its robust and solid structure was an excellent opportunity to make a cyrillic version of it. […]

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Safari 3.1

“With CSS 3 Web Fonts in Safari 3.1, web designers can now go beyond web-safe fonts and use any font they want to create stunning new websites using standards-based technology. Safari Graphics and Fonts.automatically recognizes websites that use custom fonts and downloads them as they’re needed.” – Download New Safari. It will be interesting to […]

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Puffy Bookmark

“The ABRACADABRA bookmark aims to make finding where you left off and opening to that page easier. I didn’t know it was an issue but now I hate my ordinary paper bookmark. The ABRACADABRA contains an air-filled chamber, half of which is flattened by the weight of a book. Squeezing the exposed side inflates the […]

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Frank Chimero!

You may have seen Frank’s ongoing 50 states project before, but did you know he has a book for sale as well? Wait, you haven’t seen the ongoing 50 states project?! Go get to know Frank…

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National, a typeface by Kris Sowersby is one of the winners for Type Directors Club TDC2 2008. It combines the strong character of Akzidenz-Grotesk with the production value of Gotham with a hint of DIN. Found at i love typography. Sold at village.

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Ina Portraits

Ina Senftleben has some good portraiture work up. My favorite is the gentleman above.

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Oh yes, we bring you more great FREEBIE madness. This round, free illustrations of the most eligible candidates for America’s next president: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John McCain and Ralph Nader. Working on some posters for your local party’s next big rodeo and ho-down?

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Way too much annoying pop-up overload, but still interesting work to be found at Moresoon.

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Pudge Door

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

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