It’s a Beautiful Day in the Type-orhood…

For whatever reason, the typographic stars have smartly aligned today to produce a constant stream of AWESOME. Google Reader continues to provide me with post after post of glorious, typographic wonders. So I feel compelled to share, just in case you aren’t subscribed to the same magnificent sites that I am. Which, really, you better get on it.

🙂

Here you go…

New letterpress poster from Typoretum and The Occasional Print Club:

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Customized Eames chairs from design*sponge and I Like Dust:

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Vintage masking tape from Paper Crave and Nothing Elegant:

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From RiffeRaff and Grace Hester Designs:

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From swissmiss and No Days Off:

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Historical type resources from Uppercase‘s Type Tuesday:

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One response to “It’s a Beautiful Day in the Type-orhood…

  1. Werkman’s a fave of mine. (The last 3 spreads).
    Brilliant, poetic and all a bit homemade.
    You can tell when he did them because he could only afford a certain amount of colours at a time…

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