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Numbers that play with negative space

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Creative number typography created by Forma and Co for the latest issue or Yorokobu magazine. These popping and colorful numbers are a brilliant demonstration that in the words combination white space, space is the dominant one.

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Notes on the first Books Printed in Italy

In my recent article on The First Book Printed in Italy, I introduce the first books printed by Sweynheym and Pannartz in the Subiaco monastery complex in the Sabine hills to the west of Rome from 1465. On Twitter, in a great deal more than 140 characters, I received this enthusiastic barrage of Tweets: I […]

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The letter A

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This is how good it can look once you stack up a pile of women and men to form a letter. This letter “A” by New-York based design studio Vault49 is an amazing photographic composition.

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Branding & Graphic Design by Craig Valentino

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Craig Valentino has a knack for integrating aweome type into his graphic design work. On skate boards, beer bottles, logos or pretty much anything, typography is almost always at the center of his work.

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This Month in Typography

Welcome to this month’s roundup of type-related info and entertainment. Today, we make Helvetica cookies, tumble for ligatures, uncover a longstanding typesetting mistake by the New York Times, ponder typefaces for cities, get reacquainted with ASCII art, prognosticate about responsive fonts of the future, get to know font designer Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero, talk about […]

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Experimental Typography Prints by Triangle

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Experimental typographic identity by Korean design studio Triangle.

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Not saying boo by Dolce Merda

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Dublin-based designer Dolce Merda created these posters for Not Saying Boo, who organises secret gigs and late night parties across the Irish capital.

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Murder in Italic

Most will be familiar with the name Francesco Griffo, born in Bologna in 1450, and forever associated with the Venetian printer-publisher Aldus Manutius for whom he designed and cut roman, Greek, and the first italic fonts. Their partnership was an especially fruitful one and their collaboration at the end of the fifteenth and beginning of […]

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Alphabet Inspired by Monument Valley

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Smartphone game Monument Valley was one of the most popular games of the year 2014. It’s probably what inspired Spanish digital designer Claudia Mussett to create an alphabet that emulates the architecture of the buildings in that game.

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Get Adagio Sans Family for only $20

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If you are looking for a great sans-serif font family but don’t have the budget for Helvetica or Futura, then you should definitly consider this deal for Adagio Sans.

Adagio Sans is very versatile and can be used for identity design as well as long text. With weights going from extra-light to heavy, Adagio Sans is a great deal for designers on a budget.

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