Tag: typography

  • The sign writing of Quorn

    A few weeks ago I took off on a road trip across Australia. I intended to go up the Oonandatta track and then spend a few weeks in the Northern Territory. One of the first stops of my road trip was a tiny town outside of Port Augusta called Quorn. The main attraction of Quorn…

  • Star Trek Intro

    It’s no secret that I love Star Trek. So it’s hard to imagine I wouldn’t enjoy such a clever interpretation of the Star Trek theme. The team behind this animation captured the essence of what is Star Trek. They’ve done it quite well.

  • Kleming

    Helpful to know.

  • Kerning game

    Type on the web has a lot to be desired. I’m sick of going onto blogs and seeing 5 different fonts on the same page. Though I do agree that menu needs to be differenianted. I prefer the more suttle approach of colour or line rather than a different font. Saying that not all type…

  • Alphabet

    The Alphabet 2 from n9ve on Vimeo. I love type.

  • Inspiration Friday – Doyald Young

    Decided who you are, decided what you want to do, and then do it because it is surely possible – Doyald Young Lovely documentry about Doyald Young from Lynda.com. ….letters we look at today are the same letters we looked at 500 years ago. I recently came across Doyald Young a little while ago. I…

  • Typography

    “Words have meaning and type has spirit and the combination is spectacular.” ~ Paula Scher

  • Dyslexie

      As a child I remember having trouble reading and writing. My mother was trying to teach me Thai at the same time I was trying to grasp the English language, which is why it took a little longer to than most to master. It’s little wonder why we take a while to master the…

  • Do you like fonts?

    Make it better from Sebastianbap on Vimeo. Do you like fonts or typography? I sure do. Just watch the video if you do.

  • Kinetic Type (7 Billion People)

    Lovely use of type from National Geographic to describe a world wide problem. “With the worldwide population expected to exceed seven billion in 2011, National Geographic magazine offers a 7-part series examining specific challenges and solutions to the issues we face. The magazine introduces the series with its January cover story “7 Billion,” offering a broad overview…