Font Men


You may not have heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones but you’ve seen their work. Before their recent split they ran the most successful and well respected type design studio in the world, creating fonts used by everyone from the Wall Street Journal to the President of the United…

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Gubb and Mackie


A distinctive use of colour, and typography. Using blue links that clash with the navy background, ditching usability in place of style somehow works well, there ballsy approach to grid structure is also nice to see. The site was designed by Sons & Co. and you can view it here — Gubb and Mackie

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Showcase | Yuma Harada

Exceptional design and typography from Japanese designer and art director Yuma Harada. You can view more amazing work over at

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Dana Tanamachi, Custom Chalk Letterer


A stunning collection of work by American Chalk Letter, Dana Tamamchi based in Brooklyn, New York. In Danas’ short but impressive career so far she has done some incredibly beautiful lettering work for Rugby Ralph Lauren, Google, Adidas & Gun Magazine to name but a few. You can see more of her w…

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A Brief History of Title Design


The art of the title, a brief but wonderful insight into the typographic styles used in intro titles in the world of film. This is a short but great showcase to how typographic style adds personality and expression to design. You can find out more information on the project over at Art of the Title

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Homework typography project


The creation of the studio was part of a project called the 66 Oxford Street Project. Joshua and Lauren then invited Mrs Eaves who runs a blog called For the love of type in to do some lovely typography work in the studio in the form of Hopscotch and a giant A+ You can see more images of the…

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I wonder what it’s like to be dyslexic


A beautiful project from English designer and typography lover Sam Barclay. Sam has dealt with Dyslexia his whole life, and is in the process of creating a wonderful book with a focus on typography and reading to educate others on what is it like to have Dyslexia. This book aims to provide the…

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InsideOut SF


A visually interesting collection of typographic prints for the upcoming AIGA exhibition, InsideOut San Francisco A curated exhibition and silent auction of original posters by some of the most influential San Francisco Bay Area and international creatives, revealing their personal impressions of…

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A-u-t-o-t-y-p-o-g-r-a-p-h-y is an amazing & ambitious exploration into typography from Darius Ou Dahao, a graphic designer from Singapore. Autotypography ( A / T ) is a long-term project self-initiated by Darius Ou on the 16th of June 2012 A graphic poster is created everyday, serving as recounts…

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Adobe propose better balanced text


Any web designer already knows the pain of this issue, adding in custom line breaks to balance out your content. While this crude approach may work, it doesn’t bode well for sites that your clients manage their own copy. The proposed solution would be a simple additional CSS property: h1 { t…

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