Typography

I blog about typography. None of these works are mine. These are my favourites creations on Tumblr.

michaeljanda:

Burn Your Portfolio book written and designed by Michael Janda. Published by Peachpit Press in 2013. Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other booksellers worldwide. 

More information is available on Behance.

More photos can be seen on Flickr.

betype:

Lunchbox Slab Serif by Kimmy Design (Big ass discount: pay $17 instead of $60).

May you already now Lunchbox Slab, was 18th place on our list of the 100 fonts of the year. In case you aren’t familiar with this font, Lunchbox is a very popular handmade font, ready to be used on any project that you want, specially those trending designs related to insignias, badges and hipster stuff. Lunchbox has more than 1,500 glyphs that includes discretional ligatures, swashes and lovely ornaments like badges (everybody love badges) . This font that typically cost $60 but now thanks to guys of Mightydeal you can get it for $17 (kind of a huge deal) in case you want to use this lovely font in a web design project you can get BOTH desktop and web version for $25. Worth to mention this is a limited time offer (still a few hours) so don’t think to much.

Get this font here: http://bit.ly/lunchboxslab

type-lover:

Chocolate
by Shauna Lynn

(Source: behance.net, via arrangealign)

type-lover:

Love for sale
by Annica Lydenberg

itsdwarhol:

Bad Ass Bitch
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itsdwarhol:

Bad Ass Bitch

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Click here to get this candle.

trendgraphy:

Realistic Stationary Mock-ups

A designer must-have. If you want to present your work in a more realistic and appealing way to your clients this is a tool that you need. Is a photoshop file easy to use just put your design into the smart object and done save your file in any format. Buy this super cheap tool here

(via visualvibs)

p-dpa:

Colophon Three Alphabet, Adobe (1987)

When Adobe Systems, Inc. released PostScript, it revolutionized computing and printing. As part of their efforts to popularize it and teach people to program in PostScript, Adobe released a disk full of example programs written in PostScript. Among them was an alphabet of artistic letters generated by the laser printer. As a public service, I have converted these .ps files to PDF format and made them available on the world-wide web. 

(Source: makingpages.org)

type-lover:

Calligraphic furniture
by MEAVE

inspirationfeed:

Highbrow Men’s Grooming Lounge

inspirationfeed:

Highbrow Men’s Grooming Lounge

serialthrill:

Hate Hard by Forsuregraphic

serialthrill:

Hate Hard by Forsuregraphic