typeverything:



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The Bird and the Bees Honey label by James T. Edmondson for his beekeeping sister-in-law’s honey harvest.




I really love everything about a pseudo-handwritten script. It just reminds me so heavily of hand-painted signs and the Victorian era that it always comes across as ultra charming especially for product labels of more delicate wares. 

typeverything:

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The Bird and the Bees Honey label by James T. Edmondson for his beekeeping sister-in-law’s honey harvest.

I really love everything about a pseudo-handwritten script. It just reminds me so heavily of hand-painted signs and the Victorian era that it always comes across as ultra charming especially for product labels of more delicate wares. 

rogerwilkerson:



The Screaming Skull (1958)




I love old movie posters because they are a goldmine of effective mixtures between sans-serif and hand-made fonts. They all have such character that it’s hard not to adore them. 

rogerwilkerson:

The Screaming Skull (1958)

I love old movie posters because they are a goldmine of effective mixtures between sans-serif and hand-made fonts. They all have such character that it’s hard not to adore them. 

I don’t know how anyone could not love a hand-painted script font. They’re so old school and fantastic that they always seem incredibly classy no matter where the type is presented. In this case, it’s on a decrepit building sign. It’s still so cool.

I don’t know how anyone could not love a hand-painted script font. They’re so old school and fantastic that they always seem incredibly classy no matter where the type is presented. In this case, it’s on a decrepit building sign. It’s still so cool.

(Source: theblackworkshop)

tearriffic:


(via 25 Romantic Fonts | a subtle revelry)
landscaped:



I’m Not Actually Funny




I’m up in the air about this one. I’m not sure if the mixture of the two different fonts was necessary. I think they should have stuck with the first on and just used italics for emphasis on the first line, while allowing the second part to be regular face of the same font. 

landscaped:

I’m up in the air about this one. I’m not sure if the mixture of the two different fonts was necessary. I think they should have stuck with the first on and just used italics for emphasis on the first line, while allowing the second part to be regular face of the same font. 

arpeggia:



Brendan George Ko - I Wish I Could Take Your Sadness Away
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I like the juxtaposition of a very clean, sans serif face on a hazy, almost chaotic background. I think it’s incredibly effective to have the clean lines set against the soft lines of a blurred surface. 

arpeggia:

Brendan George Ko - I Wish I Could Take Your Sadness Away

More at alecshao

I like the juxtaposition of a very clean, sans serif face on a hazy, almost chaotic background. I think it’s incredibly effective to have the clean lines set against the soft lines of a blurred surface. 

joncontino:



The Society of Publication Designers named my cover for the October 2012 issue of the Washingtonian Cover of the Day! Awesome!




I will always lay down for faces that imitate the hand-painted signs of yesteryear. It always gives a really classic, warm feel to something. 

joncontino:

The Society of Publication Designers named my cover for the October 2012 issue of the Washingtonian Cover of the Day! Awesome!

I will always lay down for faces that imitate the hand-painted signs of yesteryear. It always gives a really classic, warm feel to something. 

aldrin:



The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling Designed by Mario J. Pulice and Joel Holland




Excellent cover. The faces are just right. They’re quirky enough to be interesting, yet entirely readable and serve as a main point and focus on the cover without having to add much other art. 

aldrin:

The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling
Designed by Mario J. Pulice and Joel Holland

Excellent cover. The faces are just right. They’re quirky enough to be interesting, yet entirely readable and serve as a main point and focus on the cover without having to add much other art. 

I am in love with these covers. They’re all incredibly well done. My favorites are The Jungle and Lord of the Flies. I love the use of a white type on a colored/dark background. It gives it an amazing punch. 

(Source: classicpenguin)

I love signs. It should be entirely clear by now that I have this romantic view of the world centered with Route 66 and classic Americana. The sans serif, nice and bold, just makes this lovely statement with the absolute roundness of the O, that it is a motel. 
So good. 

I love signs. It should be entirely clear by now that I have this romantic view of the world centered with Route 66 and classic Americana. The sans serif, nice and bold, just makes this lovely statement with the absolute roundness of the O, that it is a motel. 

So good.