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Font Fashion: Trade Gothic

Trade Gothic is up next in our “if fonts were clothing” series.

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Font Fashion: Papyrus

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.

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Font Fashion: Mrs. Eaves

As we continue our month long study of fonts and fashion… presenting the always classy Mrs. Eaves.

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Font Fashion: Futura

This week we bring you the future: Futura. Is it how you always imagined it would be?

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Font Fashion: ITC Machine

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.

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Font Fashion: Didot

Week two of Font Fashion month is here. This week’s first entry: Didot.

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Font Fashion: Alba Super

Feast your eyes. A sight like this has never before been seen. Font #2 in our fantastic font mini-series has arrived: Alba Super.

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Font Fashion: Helvetica

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 …

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Three classes of tea

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 …

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A journey through mountain logos

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 »

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The result of a German-American love affair

What do you get when you mix a little American ingenuity with German engineering? No, not a VW, but something just as cute. A new logo? Perhaps. Here at openbox9 …

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The ideal chair for humanity

Some would consider this post “epic” and paramount to the survival of the sedentary human. I would not, but some will argue for my chair design proposal.