Archive for September, 2016
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Wood Typefaces Go Digital

Just a few dozen miles from the Neenah Paper mill in Neenah, Wisconsin, 1.5 million pieces of wood type are housed at Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum, dedicated to preserving and producing type and the tools used to make it. Hamilton depends largely on support from former employees of the Hamilton Manufacturing Company, the […]

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Digitally Deconstructed DIY

If you were lucky enough to be working with type when T-squares and tweezers were more common than touch screens and terabytes, steady hands and a good eye were worth their weight in gold. Luke Lisi captures the carefully-layered and totally modular feel formerly achieved with tracing paper and rubber cement in his adaptable typeface, […]

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