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I wanted this even before I saw what typeface it used… hflr.co/j7yf4 But with Idlewild, it's a must have! pic.twitter.com/OsqgvC6Vai
The Chicago Sun-Times had a good day: great copyediting in sports section and awsm email newsletter. pic.twitter.com/GuZR84YvY1
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& @brandondurham explains how to implement multicolor webfonts using a CSS data-attribute: hflr.co/color pic.twitter.com/kWIzMVWvnl
Aha! Widen your browser to see @ilovetypography using our Knox typeface with chromatic layers! ilovetypography.com/2014/11/13/new… pic.twitter.com/smdLeirZoR
Breaking: the next Typophiles monograph is Towards a Reform of the Paper Currency by Dwiggins! katranpress.com/?p=5518 pic.twitter.com/HowMkSKICx
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New fonts this morning: please welcome Quarto. hflr.co/zkplj pic.twitter.com/GYFf5hSN6V
Painstaking replica of an 18th century clavichord. Uses Times Roman. pic.twitter.com/GIeFmvrrTK
These glyphs are stunning. From the 1945 San Francisco Social Register. pic.twitter.com/2WsshGXG5H
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Ah, they're using one of our fonts up at Snowf Lake. The ligatures are beautiful this time of year. pic.twitter.com/qgzK0kN0ip
Listening to the techno remix of @seb_ly's talk at @btconf, and it is fantastic. Smiles all around. pic.twitter.com/9Ne23fHAN6
This photo of Kim Jong Un looks like a still from a Wes Anderson movie vox.com/2014/10/27/707… pic.twitter.com/pFC8CjKzOn
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Surely some wag has used this for the name of a design firm. pic.twitter.com/OiZ2AiRGh1
"Enhance." Looks like Keynote added the feature they always used to use on Law & Order. Works equally well! pic.twitter.com/mFzwBRk0h6
Machenge, a neolithic earthwork made from 147,000,000 pixels pic.twitter.com/F6CVWax7yZ
The #1 thing I'd like to Adobe's apps: NAMES for Stylistic Sets, so I don't have to remember "alt. g = #14" … pic.twitter.com/1hKpFOnmsO
New! 13 typographic menus, from the designers at H&Co. hflr.co/b14l3 pic.twitter.com/w6MRZ6qyGo
Two takes on the same topic, both arrived today: @monteiro (2014) & Dwiggins (1941) pic.twitter.com/sdaveBs5of
"Lowercase I with speech balloon?" From the Stempel foundry, before 1910. pic.twitter.com/lekclZKZUa
Yahoo! I love this flashy "A," from the Artistica typeface. (Tetterode, before 1909.) pic.twitter.com/ONZRl0UTwL
So the 'ij' is treated as a single character, fine. But not the quotes? Hmmm... pic.twitter.com/iESEoLadD5
And another! 'ij' in "Schrijfmachine-letter No. 1324" from the Dutch foundry Tetterode, around 1909. pic.twitter.com/OWkqwlSDGx
One more: this is "Schreibmaschinen-Fraktur Nr. 3478" a monospace fraktur... with... ligatures... pic.twitter.com/qcLqjgyb1C
Quite a 'ch' ligature in this face, "Herkules" by H. Berthold, c. 1899. pic.twitter.com/hZJcF5jiuc