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WE DO NOT WORK - WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog and Magazine

WE DO NOT WORK - WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog and Magazine

This is a poster by Tor Weeks (who was also responsible for the Bikes of San Francisco poster in an earlier post). Here she takes one the more obscure typographic bits — the brackets — from different fonts to build her chart of typestaches.

If Fonts Wore Mustaches. In the spirit of ‘Movember’, San Franciso-based art director Tor Weeks has created an illustrated guide that explores the personalities of different fonts and the ‘type’ of mustache they would wear.

Penny street art from Amsterdam: “obsessions make my life worse and my work better”

Penny street art from Amsterdam: "obsessions make my life worse and my work better". (I haven't made it so far as "my work better".I always give up when it makes my life worse!

Max Kuwertz and Yanik Balzer created an amazing series of playful typography work which feature the line: “We Don’t Work – We Play“.

Playful Type Experiment Featuring the Importance of Play at Work

To emphasize the importance of play at work, Germany-based designers Max Kuwertz and Yanik Balzer created an amazing series of playful typography work which feature the line: “We Don’t Work – We Play“.

250,000 Shiny Eurocents Lined Up in Precise Public Art Calligraphy | Jeannie Huang http://www.jeanniejeannie.com/2013/04/05/250000-shiny-eurocents-lined-up-in-precise-public-art-calligraphy/

Obsessions make my life worse but my work better - coin installation in Amsterdam by Stefan Sagmeister

Book as Mobile Device: No Really, a Medieval Almanac That Attached to Your Belt - Rebecca J. Rosen - The Atlantic

Book as Mobile Device: No Really, a Medieval Almanac That Attached to Your Belt

Book as Mobile Device: a Medieval Almanac That Attached to Your Belt - Rebecca J. Rosen - The Atlantic

WE DO NOT WORK - WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog and Magazine

WE DO NOT WORK - WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog and Magazine

We Don’t Work – We Play : Typographic experiments

Germany-based designers Max Kuwertz and Yanik Balzer have created a set of gorgeous typographic work that all feature the same line: “We.

WE DON’T WORK – WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog und Magazin

WE DON’T WORK – WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog und Magazin

San, Sun & Sage by Lorna Dillon, Oil Paintings

Western oil paintings and prints of cowboys, horses, ranch work, cattle & landscapes of the west by Lorna Dillon

WE DO NOT WORK - WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog and Magazine

WE DO NOT WORK - WE PLAY | Slanted - Typo Weblog and Magazine

'Recipes Against Melancholy' from the Pitman's Shorthand Manual, New Era Edition, 'Advanced Stage', London, 1927 (via Stephen Ellcock)

Half Hours with Popular Authors Volume Three: A series of interesting extracts printed in the advanced stage of Pitman’s Shorthand, New Era Edition, London, 1927