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Posted by: Graham Smith in Categories: Typography
From today, instead of posting all typographic related links on TypeJunkies, some of the more intriguing ones, or that are particularly of interest to me, will be now posted on IJC. It's all part of extending out of what 'inspires' me personally. Therefore, it's part of how I see design and creativity in general and thus part of IJC and what I do here.
There is also a new mini-project called TypeNeue.com, which will take over TypeJunkies as a means to keep up to date on new Typographic developments. News to follow.
Boar, from YouWorkForThem recalls the experiments in neue typographie and throws back to the early years of bauhausian endeavors. Boar comes complete with two styles, a regular and an enhanced decorative lined option that is sure to make two-color jobs a cinch.
Designed by Blake E. Marquis
Boar recalls the experiments in neue typographie and throws back to the early years of bauhausian endeavors. Boar comes complete with two styles, a regular and an enhanced decorative lined option that is sure to make two-color jobs a cinch. Friend of YouWorkForThem, Blake Marquis continues to deliver some of the best handset fonts around.
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