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Works Progress Administration: WPA Gothic #freefonts

WPA Gothic, by Stephen Coles. A font inspired by the lettering styles of poster artists. (Warning, this is a very early alpha version.

The Numbers Minus Zero

Typography Letters, Lettering, Zero, Numbers, Exploring

Klaus-Peter Dienst - Carmina Burana (2)

Carmina Burana by Klaus-Peter Dienst - i dont understand what this is, but it looks cool

https://flic.kr/p/FrQqj8 | Font Specimens, 1927 & 1929

https://flic.kr/p/FrQqj8 | Font Specimens, 1927 & 1929

Norman P. Hall

Lettering, Typography, Norman, Hall, Book Jacket, Fonts, Letterpresses, Book Cover Art, Halle

https://flic.kr/p/th42mZ | W.A. Dwiggins analyzes four designs for Borzoi Books, 1938

Dwiggins analyzes four designs for Borzoi Books, 1938

“How to make show cards” by  Charles Arthur Miller, ca. 1916.   Obviously, this was a rudimentary model to get folks started. Lest you think this is how letters are really made, see http://typographica.org/on-typography/making-geometric-type-work/

How to make show cards; a practical treatise for the use of retail merchants and their clerks

Fred G. Cooper | by feldenchrist

Vintage Typography Print - Graphic Design - Wall Hanging - Hand Lettering - Calligraphy - Fonts - Paper Ephemera - Alphabet Print by SunshineBooks on Etsy

markcareaga: Carmina Burana by Klaus-Peter Dienst (1962) a tour de force of typography and graphic design, using the “O Fortuna” section of Carl Orf’s magnum opus as the underlying text thank you, ruinsorbooks for the introduction all images from Ruins or Books

markcareaga: Carmina Burana by Klaus-Peter Dienst a tour de force of typography and graphic design, using the “O Fortuna” section of Carl Orf’s magnum opus as the underlying text thank you, ruinsorbooks for the introduction all images from Ruins or Books

Rhinozeros Issue 2 (via Reality Studio)The Unknown Magazine of Ginsberg, Kerouac & Burroughs

The Unknown Magazine of Ginsberg, Kerouac & Burroughs

Rhinozeros, a literary magazine from the early which published only 10 issues, introduced Germany to some of America’s greatest poets.

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