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Blogs about Typography

7 blogs about Typography.

  1. Biketype
    a museum of bike typography. More info

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    Esbalta
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  2. Cartype
    a museum of automobile typography. More info

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    Sebring-Vanguard
    Sebring-Vanguard was a U.S. company based in Sebring, Florida.
    10 words
  3. Fonts In Use – Blog
    A searchable archive of typographic design, indexed by typeface, format, and topic. More info

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    Metra tickets, 1990–1991
    Contributed by Florian Hardwig Source: www.c82.net C82 / Nicholas Rougeux. License: All Rights Reserved. January 1990, ft. an unidentified rounded sans Source: www.c82.net C82 / Nicholas Rougeux. License: All Rights Reserved. February 1990 ft. Italia …
    By Florian Hardwig, 842 words
  4. Hellbox · Type : Writing
    Pictures & writing, mainly about / art / design / letter­forms / print­ing / pub­lishing / typo­graphy / words on build­ings. By Benjamin Campbell. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Between Plantin & Times
    A as was changed in the 1997 redesign of the London Review of Books. There were no editorial innovations: the table of contents remained undifferentiated, giving the same emphasis to contributions be they book reviews, …
    By Benjamin Campbell, 60 words
  5. Mototype
    a museum of motorcycle typography. More info

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    Ducati's passion on show at Audi museum mobile
    The Audi museum mobile special exhibition entitled "More Than Red – Passione Ducati" will see around 50 Ducati models from past and present exhibited.
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  6. Typewolf
    Helps designers choose the perfect font combination for their next design project—features web fonts in the wild, font recommendations and learning resources. By Jeremiah Shoaf. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Cole Hooey
    Fonts: Editorial New, Funkis, Roboto Mono
    8 words
  7. Typographica
    Type reviews, books, commentary. By Stephen Coles, Caren Litherland. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Typographica is Twenty Years Old
    This website just passed its twentieth birthday. In web years, that’s more like a centennial. At the risk of waxing nostalgic, I’m posting a few highlights from our first year.
    By Stephen Coles, 35 words