Typotheque: In the Name Of the Father (or the troubles with L-caron) by Peter Biľak Nice typography essay. (del.icio.us tags: typography )
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I went to see Helvetica today. It is, as the name suggests, a documentary about the typeface, which is 50 years old this year. I enjoyed it. My usual feeling with factual-type documentaries like this (as opposed to narrative-type documentaries like, say, Spellbound) is that they are very slow; that given the same amount of […]
I’ve been reading The Elements of Typographic Style by Robert Bringhurst. When I ordered it, I noticed the mild coincidence that the author has the same name as the chap who translated the poetry of the Haida (the native inhabitants of the Queen Charlotte islands in the Pacific Northwest). As it turns out, though, it’s […]
Smilies used to really irritate me. But I’ve been persuaded. So much online communication now is chit-chat, banter and small talk. And informal conversation is driven as much by tone of voice as by actual words. A real example. Someone leaves a nice comment on this blog, and I don’t really have anything to say […]
I’ve been playing with these very cool typefaces.