If you’re just tuning in this month we’ve written a series of posts entitled: if fonts were clothing. We’ve been exploring this idea through much laughter and grimacing. We’re proud to present this week’s font: Papyrus.
As we continue our month long study of fonts and fashion… presenting the always classy Mrs. Eaves.
This week we bring you the future: Futura. Is it how you always imagined it would be?
It’s that time again for our second post of Font Fashion week two: ITC Machine. Is there an end in sight? Who knows? This may be so fun we may never stop.
Week two of Font Fashion month is here. This week’s first entry: Didot.
Feast your eyes. A sight like this has never before been seen. Font #2 in our fantastic font mini-series has arrived: Alba Super.
If fonts were clothing what would they look like? We’ve decided to explore this idea in our little studio. Over the next several weeks we’ll be posting two fonts a week showing off how each of us visualize certain fonts. It’s a fascinating study in font perception. Who knew Helvetica could look so diverse? Be [...]
For some the term spec work is foreign slang that may lead to guessing its about sweaty people exercising their spec muscles. Actually it is designers exercising their sweaty mouse fingers — its short for “speculative” work — free work in hopes of getting paid for it. I understand the motivation for potential clients to [...]
Coffee is too bold. Hot chocolate is too sophomoric. No, tea is the the perfect drink. Drinking tea is charming, quaint, and comes from a longstanding tradition. Have you ever thought about why you drink certain kinds of tea in certain situations? I have, and believe it or not, it all stems from the logo [...]
What does stonehenge, a ram’s head and a rocket ship all have in common? That’s right, they’re all logos of outfitting companies with some sort of mountain themed logo. Read on for kicks »