Posts Tagged ‘Typography’

Sharp Sans

I’m adding Sharp Sans to my list of fonts I hope to find an opportunity to work with soon. A description from Village Type & Design: Sharp Sans injects some much needed humanism into the Futura model. With its… read more

Stranger Things

Let’s just take a minute to bask in how cool everything associated with Stranger Things is. The synth tones of the opening credits and the appropriately evocative use of ITC Benguiat and ITC Avant Garde Gothic had me… read more

NASA Graphics Standard Manual

I’m a happy backer of the Kickstarter project to reissue the 1975 NASA Graphics Standards Manual. Recently, Nasa released a PDF of the manual online. It’s great and it only makes me want the printed version more.

Mr. Robot

I’ve been enjoying Mr. Robot this Summer—It starts with one of the best pilots I’ve ever seen. One small detail that’s stood out for me are the title shots. The music, framing, and oversized logo are just all… read more

OH no Type Company

I’m excited to see that James Edmondson has started OH no Type Company (via Nick Sherman). The full announcement can be read here. My favorite bit: Also, why are type foundries typically marketed in such a vanilla way? Why… read more

Fontstand

Fontstand is a new service + Mac OS X app that introduces a new way to license desktop fonts. Even though 99% of my work is web-based, Fontstand immediately appeals to me. Too many times have I purchased a… read more

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