Typography—or the appearance of numbers, letters, and symbols—plays an important role in design, and a sense of typography is a necessary skill for successful designers. We may not think twice… read more →
Remember when cover art was everything? It was how music stood out, how an artist identified with the listener, how the general public got a taste and literal feel of… read more →
Although cars started appearing as early as 1884, they did not become widely available until the first decade of the 20th century. As more people started driving, local governments saw a growing need… read more →
Lists are all the rage. From the 38 Signs You’re a Basset Hound to the 20 Best Smells from Childhood, useless unproductive information has entered into the modern media. There… read more →
Here’s a pretty clever infographic that explains the differences between serif and sans serif fonts.
A short film about letterpress and one of the few remaining movable-type printing workshops in the world.