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"How did you hear about us?" asks Nigerian hotel's booking form. One option on offer is: "It came to me in a dream".
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London friends, I expect lots of photos this week. This looks terrific.
Looks like Lucy found my schwag bag from @bnconf. Thanks for the gear, @HoeflerCo!
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I'd never thought about this. (Also, dinosaurs!…)
And another @poulinmorris joint, this time with that rara avis, Idlewild:
Nice work from @poulinmorris using *all* of our Knockout family!
I love Carl Auböck's work, but had never seen the packaging — what a treat!
When @HoeflerCo understands everything about your personal lifestyle.
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I always imagine that Wes Anderson lives here.
I think my fav thing about @HoeflerCo's Try.typography is ginning up cover designs for absurd books I wish existed
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. @HoeflerCo Your real ’80s lockups for #StrangerThings made me do the dance of joy.
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I saved the most horrific 80s lockup for last. Viewer discretion is advised. #StrangerThings
An eighties type pairing perfect for a dystopic underworld, or Jake McInerney, take your pick. #StrangerThings
Maybe more like this. No one in the 80s went anywhere without Spire, not even into the Upside Down. @strangerthings
Here you go. Fake Palatino Small caps is the eighties nightmare that I remember. #StrangerThings
Still, I loved every minute of it.
Thank you to everyone who visited, favorited, & shared Discover.typography: It means a lot!
Rewriting some tools that I wrote for RoboFog (c. 1998) to work in @roboFontEditor. Can't remember what icon #8 did.
On the blog: typography's stance toward history, and why we chose to explore type and wine.
C h e e r s ! Typographic ideas from the wine cellar, now at Discover.typography.
#FontSunday @_designjunction @DesignMuseum 1931 'petit serif' design by Percy Delf Smith for Sudbury Town station
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Thing I'll use try.typography for the most: seeing what STYLISTIC SETS are in fonts.
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