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  1. Typeface Designer We Love: Jordan Metcalf
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    Typeface Designer We Love: Jordan Metcalf

    Cape Town, South Africa-based typeface designer and artist Jordan Metcalf has a knack for creating puzzling, intricate algorithms in the form of typefaces. Whether experimenting with personal...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    04.03.13

  2. Tumblr We Love: TypeToy
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    Tumblr We Love: TypeToy

    One man's inspiration is another's inspiration? TypeToy was created as a personal online reference library with an emphasis in vintage design and typography by Aaron Eiland, a senior designer by...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    03.18.13

  3. The Best Way to Say Thank You
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    The Best Way to Say Thank You

    Sometimes a hand-written note is the only way to go, and from a simple statement to a clever quip, Dwell’s found the right card for the occasion.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    05.02.13

  4. Sofia Design Week 2013: The Balkan Date
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    Sofia Design Week 2013: The Balkan Date

    The recent fifth edition of Sofia Design Week in Bulgaria's capital city marked a milestone for this international festival devoted to design and visual culture from Eastern Europe and beyond. The...

    written by: Abigail Doan
    07.02.13

  5. Q&A with Typeface Designer Matthew Carter
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    Q&A with Typeface Designer Matthew Carter

    When Matthew Carter finished high school in England in the 1950s, he moved to the Netherlands for a year; he’s been working with typography ever since. "This was supposed to be an interlude before...

    written by: Rebecca L. Weber
    03.19.13

  6. Pinterest Board of the Day: Typography
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    Pinterest Board of the Day: Typography

    The Dwell team shares all manner of design discoveries daily on Pinterest. Enjoy this look at typography we find interesting, novel, or simply beautiful (typeface nerds, be sure to follow our...

    written by: Sara Ost
    02.07.13

  7. Logotypes by Two Times Elliott
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    Logotypes by Two Times Elliott

    We're quite keen on these seven simple, kinetic logotypes by Notting Hill, London-based design consultancy, Two Times Elliott. Explore some more design and typography here!

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    05.06.13

  8. Laura Ashley

    Laura Ashley

    Laura Ashley and her husband Bernard started printing fabric on their kitchen table in London in 1953, following a Women’s Institute exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum on traditional...

    02.01.13

  9. Just My Type
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    Just My Type

    From simple signage to repurposed letterforms, take a look at how typography turns up beautifully in these homes.

    written by: Jami Smith
    02.08.13

  10. Identity Design We Love: Helsinki Food Company
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    Identity Design We Love: Helsinki Food Company

    Prepare to get charmed by a design agency, Werklig's, simple brand identity for Helsinki Food Company.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    05.02.13

  11. From A to Z: Typography Illustrations by Jing Zhang
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    From A to Z: Typography Illustrations by Jing Zhang

    East London-based typographer, illustrator, and designer Jing Zhang revisits the ABCs with her highly detailed 26 lettered collection of the English alphabet.

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    07.02.13

  12. Friday Finds 08.23.13
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    Friday Finds 08.23.13

    A folding car inspired by an armadillo, typography flashcard game, and vintage snaps of San Francisco? All that and more in this installment of Friday Finds!

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    08.23.13

  13. Book Designs by Atelier Dyakova
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    Book Designs by Atelier Dyakova

    London-based Russian graphic designer Sonya Dyakova is making us rethink the notion of judging a book by its cover. After studying in San Francisco, the typography specialist moved to London to...

    written by: Eujin Rhee
    04.18.13

  14. A Look at Google's Illustrated Logos
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    A Look at Google's Illustrated Logos

    We went down an Internet rabbit hole and unearthed Google Doodles—what the tech company dubs its illustrated logos that "celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers...

    written by: Diana Budds
    04.17.13

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