Typographunnies

12.02.08

It's rare, but it's there. Typography as installation art — there's a great aha! factor with these. Enjoy: The Selected Work of Kay Rosen.

11.26.08

Every now and then I'll be posting links to various typographic gems and oddities. Here's the first:
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11.25.08

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The large print giveth, but the small print taketh away.
by Tom Waits

11.22.08

Welcome! Please submit your own quote or joke on the right hand side of this page. Thanks!

11.18.08

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Knock Knock
Who’s there?
Laura
Laura who?
Laura Mipsum

11.18.08

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Orphans have a future, but no past, while widows have a past, but no future.

11.05.08

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Why was the design student reading Oliver Twist?

He was told to research orphans.
by Chase

11.03.08

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What happens when a graphic designer tries to print a lithograph on a non-Postscript printer?

He gets Courier and Ives.
by Mike’s Friend

11.03.08

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What holy Spanish martyr was killed when his feet were removed?

San Serif
by Mike’s Friend

11.01.08

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Whenever I get to the end of a letter I’m writing I like to write “PS– This is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were removed.”
by Mitch Hedberg

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