1. Amazing stencil typeface for meatloaf #typography

    Amazing stencil typeface for meatloaf #typography

  2. Vintage stove  #typography (at Perry City, NY)

    Vintage stove #typography (at Perry City, NY)

  3. #stencil #typography

    #stencil #typography

  4. jtotheizzoe:

    paleoillustration:

    “Evolution of Type, Fig. 1-6” by Andreas Scheiger. See previous post for more Paleo Typography.

    I believe it was Charles Darwin who said “There is grandeur in this view of type.”

  5. #typography (Taken with Instagram)

    #typography (Taken with Instagram)

  6. World typography map 

    Via: escapekit

  7. Via prostheticknowledge:

Smileys, 1881 
Late 19th Century emoticons, via The Retronaut
PK Note: For a year, I was working on the Google Print project in Oxford, and one of the books we encountered (whose name I have completely forgotten) arrived in it’s own white box, featuring an average size book with an additional smaler one. The books were basically printshop humour of the time, early examples of text-based art, such as emoticon smilies and character decoration. It wasn’t suitable for digitalization as it was published on the cusp of the copyright window (no books during and after 1885 were processed), but it was a fantastic little discovery.

    Via prostheticknowledge:

    Smileys, 1881 

    Late 19th Century emoticons, via The Retronaut

    PK Note: For a year, I was working on the Google Print project in Oxford, and one of the books we encountered (whose name I have completely forgotten) arrived in it’s own white box, featuring an average size book with an additional smaler one. The books were basically printshop humour of the time, early examples of text-based art, such as emoticon smilies and character decoration. It wasn’t suitable for digitalization as it was published on the cusp of the copyright window (no books during and after 1885 were processed), but it was a fantastic little discovery.

  8. FF Chartwell
Designed by Travis Kochel, FF Chartwell is a typeface for creating simple graphs. Using OpenType features, simple strings of numbers are automatically transformed into charts. The visualized data remains editable, allowing for hassle-free chart updates and styling.

    FF Chartwell

    Designed by Travis Kochel, FF Chartwell is a typeface for creating simple graphs. Using OpenType features, simple strings of numbers are automatically transformed into charts. The visualized data remains editable, allowing for hassle-free chart updates and styling.

  9. Beautiful typographic illustration in The New Yorker, April 23 edition by Lorenzo Petrantoni

    Beautiful typographic illustration in The New Yorker, April 23 edition by Lorenzo Petrantoni