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Chocolate Type

Designers love typography and humans love chocolate, so what’s better than a gourmet candy bar that combines the two? Montreal-based design firm Dynamo is selling a duo of chocolate bars, each inscribed with a positive typographic message. These would make great New Year’s client gifts! This design/flavour combo includes: 1) Design: Heck Yes. Flavour:...

Typographic Sins

7 Typographic Sins Thou Shalt Not Commit

Typographic Hell. It’s not a pleasant place to be. Some of us are headed there, and we’re making others suffer along the way. But fear not: Redemption is here. In the July Issue of HOW, designer and typography junkie Jim Godfrey tells of 34 Typographic sins (download all now) and how to free yourself...

Scrabble Typography Edition

This limited edition Scrabble game, the Scrabble Typography Edition, was created by Winning Solution, a deluxe game company founded by two former Parker Brothers/Milton Bradley/Hasbro game employees. Beautiful solid walnut storage case with drawer Six-panel solid walnut magnetized gameboard lined with slip free cork Beautiful solid birch cover Metal tile racks Solid walnut tiles...

Alicia (Display Font): Tuesday Type Treat

Alicia is an experimental display face designed by Alexander Wright for HypeForType. It’s meant to be played around with. Use it to break some rules. Alicia is a light-hearted, playful font based on geometrical forms. All letters, punctuation marks and numbers are constructed from the triangle, circle and rectangle in one way or another....

Friday Font Find: Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln is a condensed serif font designed by Francis McLeod. It’s perfect for all your most honest designs. I created this typeface to resolve my constant search for a condensed serif. Mr. Lincoln is tall, skinny, honest, and raised in Illinois. He’s now available for download at Lost Type Co-op, feel free to...