Nootypecreated the typeface Fitigraf to include 512 different ligatures. The combinations seem endless. Via I Love Typography.
Excellent limited edition letterpress poster by Typoretum created for PBS. Via Type for You.
Design agency Mucho used a muted color palette and geometric shapes for their branding of cosmetics company Fisix in a way that appeals to both men and women. Via BP&O.
Aaron Horkey curated a series of posters based on Paul Thomas Anderson films on sale at Mondo this week. Indiewire talks to Horkey about the collection, including his own creation for There Will Be Blood (pictured below). Via Indiewire.
Beautifully-created exhibition catalog cover for the new Met exhibit Punk: Chaos to Couture. The catalog is available for purchase here and the exhibtion opens today. Via The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
There’s been a lot of talk about Baz Luhrmann’s new Great Gatsby movie including the design which involves modernizing the Atlas typeface while still maintaining a 1920s feel. See a full analysis at Fonts In Use. Via Quipsologies.
Great poster for an AIGA Minnesota event from last year by Minneapolis-based Studio on Fire. Pieces of the poster can be punched out and used as building blocks. Via The Beauty of Letterpress.
A new print available from House Industries, based on the Alphabet Factory Blocks. Via Type for you.