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“A good tpyeafce mkaes ahnytnig eeisar to raed” Type Poster in Helvetica

May 1, 2014

A Good Typeface Makes Anything Easier to Read
  Seen this very cool poster for the typemusueam.org floating around the interwebs for a while, but never seen a 'quality' version of it, with each instance of it being small and highly degraded. "Read" Designed by AMVBBDO Did some digging around, in the hope of finding a larger and cleaner version, but alas nothing. However, I was able to narrow down that this was designed by AMVBBDO (Abbott Mead Vickers...
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Brooklyn Bridge Letterpress Type Poster designed by Cameron Moll

May 1, 2014

Brooklyn Bridge Letterpress Poster designed by Cameron Moll
Brooklyn Bridge Letterpress Type Poster - Limited Edition (1,500 copies) Shortly after publishing the Helvetica, Futura and Garamond Typeface Illustrations post yesterday, and referencing some older typographic work by Cameron Moll, I didn't realise that Cameron has just finished his latest masterpiece: the Brooklyn Bridge Letterpress Type Poster. This was initially a Kickstarter project which, no surprise,...
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Helvetica, Futura and Garamond Typeface Illustrations designed by POP and Pär Ågren

April 30, 2014

Typeface Illustrations
Typeface Illustrations designed by POP and Pär Ågren These lovely typeface illustrations, designed by POP and Pär Ågren, remind me a little bit (in a much smaller scale) of the fantastic typographic illustrations that Cameron Mall designed, such as the Coliseum and Salt Like Temple typographic posters, a few years back. Cameron's work is an altogether different league when it comes to sheer scale and...
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The Logo Design Clinic on Reddit Offers Help, Advice and Happiness

April 28, 2014

The Logo Design Clinic on Reddit Offers Help, Advice and Happiness A few years back I started a side-project called The Logo Clinic (a previous post on the initial idea). Initially it started on Tumblr, then came over to Wordpress then work become all encompassing, and it became too much of a chore to manage and so it ceased to exist. In hindsight The Logo Clinic would have been better left on Tumblr given the...
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