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Typography Sketchbooks

Posted by Tom | Posted in Book review Typography Sketchbooks

Sketchbooks are a part of our daily life; full of scribbles, notes, ideas, musings, lists, names, numbers, people, places etc. etc. They house our lives, and flicking back through old sketchbooks is always a wonderfully nostalgic experience. Often it’s less about the destination, and more about the journey. And for some talented designers, illustrators and typographers, their journeys are picturesque ones…

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Type Publications

Posted by Tim | Posted in Book review Type Publications

As a designer who has a passion for printed publications, I’m constantly finding myself forking out more money than I have on books, magazines and not being able to resist the yearly subscriptions to ensure I get the latest design magazines monthly, quarterly or bi-annually. I’m sure alot of people will agree with me that we can never have too many books or magazines to fill our shelves with.

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Raw Type

You can find two of our typographic posters for sale in our shop. Both Raw Type and 11 out of 10 should add a nice touch of type to your interiors.

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Type Foundries

Type Foundries

It goes without saying how important typefaces are in the world of visual communication; whether it’s for the copy of a corporate catalogue or custom typeface for a logotype, as designers we all make decisions on the choices of typefaces we pick for each job, based on how appropriate and effective it is for the [...]

Open Brief

Open Brief

Placements. You want one? Well, we can offer you one, but it’ll cost you… 1 creative project to be exact. Best case scenario, you’ll get a month-long placement and some recognition for your efforts. Worst case scenario, you’ll have a lovely new project to add to your portfolio.

Philippe Apeloig

Philippe Apeloig

If you’re not aware of the French designer/typographer, Philippe Apeloig, you should be – and if you carry on reading this post, you will be.

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