Tag Archives: typewriter

Learn Something Everyday

Learn Something Everyday, the brainchild of UK-based Young design studio:

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Submit your factoids HERE for possible inclusion! You could even win a free poster. EXCITEMENT. 🙂

More Ephemera from Martin Klasch

Vintage ads, propaganda, movie posters, and album covers — some in German, most in Swedish — from Martin Klasch‘s fabulous Flickr set:

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Wordshop Wednesday: Regional Assembly of Text

I’m starting to think that I need to move to Vancouver, B.C.. Seriously. If I hear of ONE MORE awesome design/stationery/type shop located in Vancouver, I’m going to pack up my belongings and head Northwest.

Here’s why: The Regional Assembly of Text, built and created by Rebecca Dolen & Brandy Fedoruk, who also designed every freakin’ awesome thing in the shop. Unbelievable.

I want it all.

But I especially want these little treasures (all photos from Regional Assembly of Text’s online store):

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Museum der Dinge / Museum of Things (Berlin)

HOLY CR@P. Rob Keller from You Should Like Type Too posted today on a brilliant new find: The Museum der Dinge (Museum of Things) in Berlin! It’s chock-full of amazing, vintage goodies (er, THINGS). Just in case you’re not following Rob (which, come on, what’s wrong with you?), I thought I’d offer you some of my “thing” (“dinge”?) highlights:

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Continuing the typewriter theme…

In addition to my typewriter infatuation of late, I have become enamored with typewriter-inspired jewelry. Particularly: typewriter key necklaces and bracelets that I’ve found all over Etsy. One love, Etsy. One love.

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(Above: J. Stephens)

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(Above: Gemma Beads)

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(Above: Webby Sue)

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(Above: QA Create)