The red, white, yellow, and black LEGO logo is synonymous with one of the world’s largest toy manufacturers, but it didn’t always look so familiar. A story by www.logodesignlove.com.
This summer Jakob Engberg, Founder of Copenhagen Signs, will give an extended Sign Painting and Lettering workshop in Slovenia. The 7 day workshop will take you through the basics of hand lettering, brush lettering and sign painting techniques. You will end up with your own hand painted sign on your own custom cut wooden panel. (more…)
“The likelihood of a variety of new approaches to application UI both excites me and scares me a little.” Read the interview by Khoi Vinh.
On June 29, 2017, the Council for German Orthography endorsed the optional use of a capital sharp s (ẞ). Written by Christoph Koeberlin.
“These selections are made by graphic designers, type designers, educators, and enthusiasts who have a peculiarly acute eye on the type scene, capable of spotting worthy needles among the haystack of thousands issued every year.”
From 16 June through 1 October, the Special Collections of the University of Amsterdam will be showing the exhibition “Modernism: in print”. It is the first retrospective exhibition of modernism in Dutch graphic design.
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For anyone who is used to the Latin script, Cyrillic looks familiar and foreign at the same time – so many seemingly flipped Latin letters, a lowercase that looks more like small caps… A story by Krista Radoeva.
Sign painting is an art and a craft that has attracted and fascinated both designers and laypersons alike for decades. A story by Ilene Strizver.
TypeTogether just released Teo Tuominen’s Walter family, a kindly and commanding slab serif that’s ready for your next project.