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Font Affair of the Month: Alumia [$10]

Font Affair of the Month: Alumia [$10]

y font affair of the month is with Alumia. A san-serif, uppercase only, display font designed by Maarten Van’t Wout of  Lisse, Netherlands. Great part is it will only cost you a tenner to call it your own! A straightforward, simple, bold face, what you…

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Font Affair Of The Month – Nautinger

Font Affair Of The Month – Nautinger

y font affair of the month is with the action packed slab serif, Nautinger. This font is by no means free. However, once you peruse through the weights, linguistic variants, stylistic alternates, you will appreciate exactly how much time and care the designer, Moritz Esser,…

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Font Affair Of The Month – Typometry [free!]

Font Affair Of The Month – Typometry [free!]

First and foremost, I want to apologize for skipping the last two months. I have no solid excuse other than summer malaise, which I lovingly refer to as Summer Affective Disorder. Also a few odd projects including the new website design! Regardless, I carry guilt,…

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Recommended Graphic Design Podcasts

Recommended Graphic Design Podcasts

Podcasts are an integral part of my daily sanity program. I commute via transit twice a day, 45 minute trips, so the audible distraction from the drudge is a godsend. Fortunately there are a number of good design podcasts available out there. This allows me…

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Font Affair Of The Month – Quattrocento Roman

Font Affair Of The Month – Quattrocento Roman

My Font Affair Of The Month is with Quattrocento Roman Quelle Surprise! I am choosing a serif font for once! (It’s apparent I have a strong preference for san-serif faces.) Designed by typographic impresario Pablo Impallari, Quattrocento Roman is an excellent serif face available free…

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Font Affair Of The Month – Fontfabric’s Code-Pro Bold

Font Affair Of The Month – Fontfabric’s Code-Pro Bold

My Font Affair Of  The Month is with Fontfabric’s Code-Pro Bold The theme for this month’s font selection is pay if you want… I received a few groans with the last two recommended fonts as they are licensed fonts. Yes, if you’re a graphic designer…

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Font affair of the month – Horatio Medium

Font affair of the month – Horatio Medium

My Font Affair of the Month, is with Horatio Medium: Designed by the legendary Letraset in 1971, distributed via the foundry Linotype. Horatio is a geometric sans-serif with some fascinating soft curves and surprises. One of the big reasons I am drawn to the typeface…

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Font affair of the month – Ostrich Sans Regular

Font affair of the month – Ostrich Sans Regular

My font affair of the month is with Ostrich Sans Regular (medium), and to a slightly lesser extent Ostrich Sans Black. This tall, lanky, headline appropriate, true type font comes our way courtesy of designer Tyler Finck http://www.tylerfinck.com/ . We all must have done something…

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Municipality, Program Identity

A project lead from my local municipality contacted me about creating a logo for his internal program. The program was an identification system aiding in the recovery of stolen bicycles, a common problem for any large city. I’ve had a few taken in my time….

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Identity – Jewellery Design Company

Identity – Jewellery Design Company

I was approached by an upstart jewellery designer to craft an identity for her company Ilixir Fashion. Yes I know, the spelling is incorrect, have you checked out the company or house names in the fashion industry lately? Essentially, if your not spelling a word…

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