Art SpongeWe Heart; Lifestyle & Design MagazineMotionalHow to be a stylish designer. | I love graphics!You don’t know how to dress. Fashion has no meaning to you, other than buying a pair of jeans every two years or so. You don’t get the point of wearing anything otther than black. And there you are, a designer. Which means, you SHOULD be well-dressed, stylish, arty, whatever adjectives that fit your fancy. This is a polyvore set. 1. After this, if you’re mommy still thinks you look like an accountant on a funeral, I’m no help. See you tommorow for a real post, May the ampersand be with you, Zélia.
Bevy of Ball Terminals | Typography CommentaryBringhurst says the golden section is universally appealing. I submit that the same can be said for the voluptuous, rounded stroke-ending known (to the cheeky) as the ball terminal. So, today, let’s take a short break from talking like pirates to celebrate some fonts well-endowed with those sweet dollops of goodness that are rarely discussed, but so widely appreciated. ITC Zapf BookHermann Zapf is usually hailed for his calligraphy or Optima or Palatino. KismetJohn F. CabernetJason Walcott‘s delicious Cabernet is just sick with ball terminals. FlingMichael Gills Recently used for the logo and innards of Martha Stewart’s Blueprint magazine, Fling is taking homemakers of America by storm. FarnhamChristian Schwartz returned to the sparkling types of punchcutter Johann Fleischman for this family. PerlaGareth Hague‘s teardropped Didot shows up on the Typophile Type ID Board a few times a year, and for good reason. StillaFrançois Boltana Julia ScriptDavid Harris Beautifully buxom.
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