Do you love the early Soviet visual culture as much as we do? Well, you’re just in luck…TypeType has gone back a hundred years and approached the constructivist era style of type design with a modern twist. They’ve created an extensive and powerful new font family that consists of the simplest triangle and rectangle forms, titled TT Bricks. This… Read More
Blockbusters, posters, titles and movie trailers — now we have created the perfect font family for this. Bluescreens — a high-quality font family which is designed specifically for cinephiles and directors. Condensed style contains five most popular typefaces: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Italics. Download TT Bluescreens Font TT Bluescreens was published by TypeType… Read More
Our massive 50% YouWorkForThem font sale is in the final days, and one of the deals you don’t want to miss out on is YWFT Duncan. Once again, the Brazilian type ninjas at PintassilgoPrints have slipped unseen into our mountain fortress and left behind a fierce 26-finger death punch. YWFT Duncan is the latest addition to… Read More
We just got a message from Aleksander Palka & Jakub Korfanty about their latest online project called Robotaposter. They tell us “We are a fresh online poster gallery dedicated to world famous polish poster art. Our gallery intends to promote ‘the golden age’ of polish poster art dated 1955-1965, a very special time when new and revolutionary… Read More
So halloween is next month, and I just found you one nice inspiration area for goblins, trolls, beasts, and other ghouls that you might want to draw. Check out Monster Memories for one large and strange archive of horror movie posters and more. Or you can always grab what you need from us, keyword Halloween.
How long have the two of you been working together? Did you both do posters before working with each other? We met in college in 1998 while we were both studying art. We were surreptitiously helping each other out with assignments almost immediately. We say this with some shame because this is obviously really looked down… Read More