Published February 3, 2010
Tags: bodytype, font
A tad raunchier than usual, but nonetheless a creative method of displaying type.
Now I’ll admit the ‘G’ above isn’t quite right (it should read as “GEEK”), but it’s from some Russian designery folk so can’t complain too much.
Create your own risque words over here.
Published January 11, 2010
Fonts , Graphics
Tags: Graphics, type trumps, typeface
Now I’m a big fan of Top Trumps, whether it’s World Cup Football Players, Dinosaurs, 24, or even Evil Dictators of the World, I’ve got loads of them. So imagine my delight when I discovered (via the Creative Review Blog) that the guy (Rick Banks) who created Type Trumps a couple of years ago has just launched another set, Type Trumps 2.
Traditional Top Trumps rules, but with type related attributes. Utter geek-fuelled fun – can’t wait to play!
Published September 22, 2009
Ever wondered what the difference between Arial and Helvetica was? Well wonder no more.
Published July 23, 2009
Tags: Fonts, rubix cube
A combination of a couple of my favourite things: classic 80s toys and fonts.
Superbly inspirational, hands on font creation.
Twist it, ink it, print it. Simple.
You can make lovely posters like this
More images here.
Published July 17, 2009
Tags: Fonts, typeface
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you were to combine the new Toyata iQ with a couple of typographers and a pro race pilot in a giant aircraft hangar?
No? Well fear not, the result is this wonderfully creative typeface. It is available for download here.
Lots more pictures on the Flickr stream here.