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Design your own (display) font

13 Mar

My friend gave me this fun site that lets you design your own typeface and its quite simple to do. I haven’t really made anything worthwhile yet. I have six courses right now. That doesn’t give me a lot of time to do other things besides school work. Anyways have fun looking at the gallery.


30 Typography Posters

16 Feb

I was looking for some type treatments and found this website. Another addition to my collection of resources.

What type are you?

5 Feb

This is a fun little quiz. Made me smile 🙂 I am Cooper Black Italic.

19 Top Font Combinations!

4 Feb

I was looking for combinations of a sans serif and serif typeface and found this great website with examples. I provided a PDF for download if you wanted to see the typefaces used together. It really helps! Or you can just visit this website ->

  • Helvetica / Garamond
  • Caslon / Univers
  • Frutiger / Minion
  • Futura / Bodoni
  • Garamond / Futura
  • Gill Sans / Caslon
  • Minion / Gill Sans
  • Univers / Caslon
  • Bodoni / Futura
  • Myriad / Minion
  • Avenir / Warnock
  • Caslon / Franklin Gothic
  • FF Din / Baskerville
  • Trade Gothic / Clarendon
  • Baskerville / Univers
  • Akzidenz Grotesk / Garamond
  • Clarendon / Trade Gothic
  • Franklin Gothic / Baskerville
  • Warnock / Univers


50 Neat Free Fonts

4 Feb

Just browsing and found this online mag that has made a list of 50 great free fonts. Check it out if you’re looking for some type for personal use.

Art of the Title Sequence

23 Jan

Maybe you’ve seen this, maybe you haven’t but I love this website. The title says it all. 🙂 Entertaining and inspiring. I got distracted by this.

Art of the Title Sequence

Fred Eerdekens

23 Jan

This artist completely amazes me. Last semester, I did a project on him and he’s become one of my favourites. He creates messages  by manipulating object and light to create shadows that show the messages. I just can’t say enough how much I love his work. I would love to be able to experience some of his work in person. I don’t think it does it any justice with photos.

Click here for his website to read about him and see more of his work!