I categorized those found typography all around our mobile surroundings such as phones, transportation system, lifts, kiosks and etc as “mobile typography" which is modular-structured, fluid, futuristic and cool.


Very good interview with Erik Spiekermann (German Typographer and Designer) on the topic of personal life vs professional life. And his Blog too
via ideaonideas

photo from http://www.spiekermann.com


A very new approach to Olympic logo. And a typographic/graffiti approach. But I am not very sure it’s the right approach! Whatever I say is not important!!! The most important is the Committe spokesperson Lord Sebastian Coe says: “London 2012 will be everyone’s Games. This is the vision at the very heart of our brand. It will define the venues we build and the Games we hold, and act as a reminder of our promise to use the Olympic spirit to inspire everyone and reach out to young people around the world. It is an invitation to take part and be involved."…that matters… link

Interesting tee found on flickr
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The typeface “Signa Column" is designed by a Danish graphic designer, Ole Søndergaard in 2000. I used it for the SAD Hospital Pharmacies Label and Packaging Design Contest of Denmark. I thought it communicated well as it was modern, bold, simple, readable and scandinavian, that the typeface was working hard!

Via: Veer
Next time you have to explain kerning to a layman, you’ll have a live demo just a zip away.

Typography at Flickr


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