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Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover and a band by its album art.
A typographic look at today’s movie posters and film titles. (a.k.a. Characters on The Silver Screen)
Typography is made with type, but some of the best letters are made one at a time, by hand.
A light-hearted repository of amusing typos and typographic mishaps.
ScreenFonts: Zombieland, Where The Wild Things Are, Law-Abiding Citizen, The Vampire’s Assistant, This Is It
Our monthly review of movie poster typography.Read more
College Humor has released footage that reveals what actually does happen when the mascot Luxo jumps on the “I” in the famous Pixar intro.Read more
A motion graphics video with animated typography spells out twenty myth-busting facts that showcase magazine vitality, tweetable in 140 characters or less.Read more
Specimens are nice, but we love to catch a typeface in the wild, where it can truly show how it performs in the real world.
- With the modernisation of the urban landscape, vintage architectural lettering disappears at a worrying pace. Beautiful commercial signs above shop…Read more
- The nominations and winning title sequence for Outstanding Main Title Design at the 2012 Primetime Emmys.…Read more
- The latest THINK! campaign for the British Department for Transport portrays bikers in an unusual way, to remind drivers to…Read more
- The end credit titles for Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events feature Vendetta, John Downer’s peculiar interpretation of the…Read more
- MK12 created custom designed type for the opening credits for “Quantum of Solace”, the most recent James Bond movie.…Read more
- ScreenFonts: Thor, Last Night, Bridesmaids, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Midnight In Paris, Kung Fu Panda 2 (9)