Back in the apprenticeship days these proofreading marks were hugely important to me and my job. Seems so long ago probably because it was so long ago, but sad that this important slice of what we do now is almost ignored. Reliance on tech does not always provide wise answers.Read More
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A few examples of movie poster typography that Christan has picked out. Been a fan of Christian Annyas website for a while, if you like movies and typography then you will like Annyas.com
You could also check out The Movie Title Still Collection whilst you are there.Read More
The Case & Point is a curated selection of custom type design and lettering created for a specific project or use. Through a combination of short entries, interviews and in-depth features, TC&P provides a platform for type and graphic designers to showcase work that falls outside the sphere of retail type design.
Surprising that Helvetica gets mentioned.Read More
Pretty cute set of typeface meanings from the land of Lars Veldkamp. I would argue with Helvetica being conformist though. Depending on how cool and groovy you are, using Helvetica is the ultimate nonconformist statement. Yes, I am that cool person. Ergo, I am non conformist, but only cool people, like me, can see that. :-)
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