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Brand New

The typography was originally based on Franklin Gothic, over 100 years old and still looking as fresh as a daisy. Strong, solid, clear, no messin’. Then it was a matter of getting it flowing together smoothly, focusing on the shapes of each character and almost morphing them into each other so that it wasn’t just […]

The radical architecture of little magazines 196X-197X

If you´re a fan of magazine covers like I am, you´ll love this resource.Clip/Stamp/Fold is an amazing researh and collect work by a team of Ph.D. candidates at the School of Architecture at Princeton University:An explosion of architectural little magazines in the 1960s and 1970s instigated a radical transformation in architectural culture with the architecture […]

Type needs color too…

Kuler is the first web-hosted application from Adobe Labs designed both to stand alone and to complement Adobe® Creative Suite® 2 components. Built using Macromedia® Flash® and ActionScript 3.0, kuler is all about color: color for exploration, inspiration, experimentation and sharing. Also check out COLOURlovers!

Type Culture

An Academic Resource. (And also a Foundry.)Really worth your visit. A directory, archive and educational aid for design students, educators and professionals who are seeking information about type; its history, manufacture, use and artistic significance.Some great movies here.