An image of a pencil.

I am feeling nostalgic for the humble pencil.  There is a comfort and warm familiarity whenever I pick one up (rarely these days).  Pencils are inexpensive, portable, simple to operate and the marks that they make are easy to erase.  Unlike other writing tools, they do not run out of ink or skip.Read More →

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Heads up designers, New York-based creative Tim Brown , who is also the Head of Typography for Adobe Typekit and Adobe Type , has just made his book A Pocket Guide to Combining Typefaces available for free on the Adobe Typekit Blog . Source: For Designers: The Essential Guide ToRead More →

Beautiful letters from Copenhagen Signs. Source: Beautiful letters from Copenhagen Signs.Read More →

TypeTogether is pleased to announce the 4th edition of the Typeface Publishing Incentive program , an initiative aimed at helping promising typeface design students develop their careers. The post Typeface Publishing Incentive program by TypeTogether appeared first on 365typo . Source: Typeface Publishing Incentive program by TypeTogetherRead More →

Getting a peek into the creative surroundings of one of your favorite artists is a special treat. Here, we were lucky enough to get a glimpse into the world of Renee Griffith of the naturally thoughtful paper goods brand Heartswell. Source: Inside the Designer’s Mind: Hand Drawn Insights from aRead More →

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Contributed by Love Lagerkvist Source: http://designcensus.org Google, AIGA . License: All Rights Reserved . Design Census : Google and AIGA are pleased to announce the first annual Design Census—an open and collaborative resource for understanding the complex economic, social, and cultural factors shaping the design practice today. Source: Design CensusRead More →

Fit is a hyper-stylized series of caps designed with one thing in mind: filling up space with maximum impact. The post New font – Fit by David Jonathan Ross appeared first on 365typo . Source: New font – Fit by David Jonathan RossRead More →

ATTENTION ALL ENGLISH speakers, you may be misusing the English language without even knowing it.  When you use the word “however” do you mean “nevertheless”? This common mistake and many others are pointed out in this little e-book that I purchased off iTunes for $0.99. Little did I know thatRead More →