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pinterest.com/fra411 #Typography is Tedious, by Derek Long.

This is a typography poster which took a long time to complete due to the line work involved. Typography is Tedious

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.

Imagen de words, art, and letters

hand cut type What? I love how delicate this font is and I appreciate it even more because it's hand cut paper


I really like this design because i feel like it represent almost every J&c student. It is simple and is a good font choice for this picture, if not it would be very ironic! Over all a good quote, and a good font choice.

"Good work takes hard work."

Brent Couchman created this amazing print, Good Work Takes Hard Work, as his contribution to Friends of Type (an awesome website that features new and original typographic design and lettering every day). As for his inspiration for the piece, Brent…

Typographic illustration from Sanborn maps. Via http://www.butdoesitfloat.com/I-believe-that-binary-arithemetickal-engines-will-be-of-enormous

Sanborn Map Company title pages / Sanborn Insurance map Kentucky LOUISVILLE 1905 4601 × 5601 pixels The Typography on Designspiration

advertising is based on one thing: happiness -don draper.

An entry from note to self

"Advertising is based on one thing: Happiness" (Don Draper, Mad Men) - TV Quote type series by Justin Van Genderen

Make mistakes. They're how we grow!

The Worst Mistake This one is about making mistakes, duh. I don’t know about you guys, but I was raised in belief that making mistakes is pretty much the worst thing you can do, and should be avoided.

My ideology :)

Another sample from the Phraseology Project - Obviously I like the message here, and the style is just phenomenal. Did he really just manipulate and use the number one to make the letter "E"?