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Nov 25, 2015 | Elaine Levins | Comments
Make your office healthier
A healthier workplace almost always leads to a healthier bottom line. »
May 07, 2015 | Elaine Levins | 1 Comments
Save cursive handwriting
The irony is not lost on me, as I sit here at my desk typing this blog entry as a pages document, that I am going to lament the lost art of cursive – or handwriting in general. »
Oct 31, 2013 | Casey Vitale | Comments
Type:Rider, A Game for Typography Lovers and More
I am so excited to share with you an app I stumbled on that I swear the app gods tailored specifically for me. I am a gamer, a designer, a lover of typography, print and history. This game created by Bulkypix hits all these notes beautifully. So much so that I simply had to share it with you here. »
Jul 15, 2013 | Casey Vitale | Comments
Helvetica: Good or Bad?
In 1957 a font was introduced to the world. This san serif type face was created at the Swiss type foundry Haas and it would go on to become one of the most popular typefaces of all time. That font is Helvetica. In 2007 for its 50th anniversary Gary Hustwit released his documentary film simply named Helvetica. This film took an in depth look at they history of the typeface as well as highlighted its proliferation throughout our culture. Since I have recently rewatched this film it has sparked an opinion on something the film touched on. »
Jun 19, 2013 | Casey Vitale | Comments
The Importance of Kerning Type
I have always thought that kerning sounded more like a sport from some far-off Scandinavian country. In reality, kerning is a very important part of a good designer's job, and it might be what separates a mediocre design from a great one. »
Apr 25, 2013 | Casey Vitale | Comments
Uniqueness of Sign Painting
I doubt anyone would argue that hand lettering is an art all on its own. Recently there seems to be a resurgence of hand lettering art. Old hand painted signs are now considered art pieces instead of advertising. Why? Because they are simply unique and beautiful and with age the patina only enhances their appeal. »
Mar 29, 2013 | Casey Vitale | Comments
Finding the Right Font
Fonts have always been important to a design, but that’s not what this is about. In the past the idea was a foundry would create a font and like any other thing you would license that font for use. In today’s world its not just the major foundries which are creating beautiful fonts for use in our design pieces. Individual artists have created a world of fonts that is rich and plentiful. Here are my favorite places to get fonts and why. »
Jan 28, 2013 | Casey Vitale | 1 Comments
Letterpress Can Make an Impression
Letterpress is a form of printing that was used beginning in the mid 15th century and remained pretty much unchanged until the advent of offset printing. It was pretty much “how it was done” before offset was invented. »
Feb 22, 2012 | Lacey Ackerman | Comments
Typography as an art form
While our alphabet was created as a way to communicate through written symbols, it now serves another purpose to create art. »
Mar 21, 2011 | Casey Knox | Comments
The Newest Old Thing on the Web: Kinetic Typography
Kinetic Typography had been around a long time but it seems to be becoming a trend on you tube. »
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