typography

DIY: No-carve typography pumpkins

DIY: No-carve typography pumpkins

What you’ll need:  Chalkboard and gold spray paint Painter’s masking tape Newspaper or cardboard Pumpkins Chalk Pencil Black Sharpie Typefaces! We used Lust Script by Neil Summerour &  ...Read more

DIY: Cheers to Valentine’s Day

DIY: Cheers to Valentine’s Day

  No matter what your relationship status, nothing goes better with Valentine’s Day than a drink. That’s right. Nothing. We created a set of paper drink tags — and some recipes — for you to make your ...Read more

Holiday DIY: Typographic wire ornaments

Holiday DIY: Typographic wire ornaments

by guest blogger Vanessa Brady of Tried and True. WHAT YOU’LL NEED 12 gauge wire Baker’s twine Pliers Tape Superglue A cursive typeface for your word. We used Lakeside by Mark Simonson. STEP ONE Print ...Read more

Dirty Bandits takes in the trash

Dirty Bandits takes in the trash

Annica Lydenberg, the maker behind Dirty Bandits, recently released a new series titled I’m a Piece of Garbage. Annica took discarded street items and painted self- deprecating phrases on them, then G ...Read more

Have you met Hillvetica?

Have you met Hillvetica?

When Hillary Clinton announced she was running for President, one of the biggest discussions was about her choice of logotype. Now designer Rick Wolff is raising money to finance the cost of Glyphs so ...Read more

Stuff we love: typographic chocolate

Stuff we love: typographic chocolate

Typographic Chocolate is a student project by Lisa-Marie Peters and Christian Pannickee. They were tasked with creating a typographic product for the Museum of Letters Berlin, so they created a chocol ...Read more

What’s new: Lukewarm Balloons

What’s new: Lukewarm Balloons

  Our new Lukewarm Balloons are for people who have more realistic — and significantly less passionate — views about love. Call us hopeless romantics, but we think the best part of a relationship ...Read more