Whether you are old enough to have used a Grapho-Scope, or whether your first introduction to design was Adobe CS5, check out the online Museum of Forgotten Art Supplies curated by Lou Brooks…
London based collaborative studio Telegramme has a nice eclectic mix of posters, signs and illustration work in their portfolio…
Friday find: Book cover graphics
Julian Montague of Buffalo, New York started documenting interesting book covers from his collection in February 2009. Three years later (and over 1000 covers later) he is still at it…
100th post and 2011 sign-off
This is Typedeck’s 100th post since launching in June this year – a great milestone and a good time to sign off for 2011. Thanks for all the support and positive feedback so far!
Friday find: Rejected book covers
These lovely art book covers were designed in 2007 by Barcelona based Klas Ernflo. Unfortunately they were rejected by the publisher…
Friday find: Flight thru Instruments, 1945
How awesome is this rare military flight manual from 1945? That front cover couldn’t be more perfect. An excerpt from the foreword: The pilot who cannot fly through instruments, therefore, consigns himself and his plane to a part time job and places both in the premodern era where usefulness was limited by the amount of… Continue reading Friday find: Flight thru Instruments, 1945
Wish list: Explorations in Typography / Mastering the Art of Fine Typesetting
This beautiful typographic reference book with its yellow gilded edges looks like an absolute must-have.
Friday find: 1911 Baseball Guide
Ornate vintage typography from American Sports Publishing Co.
Wish list: TypoShirt One
TypoShirt One claims to be the first book to focus exclusively on typography in t-shirt design and features over 1700 designs from around the world, covering independent artists to global brands.