January 2010

Jan 27
Letters from the Hellbox, part 3
Another great edition of Letters from the Hellbox by Martin McClellan. This installment deals with Jan Tschichold, Die neue Typographie, and Penguin Books’ design standards. This has quickly become one of my favorite serials.
Jan 15
Consollection, wonderful gallery of video game consoles. So many obscure ones too.
Jan 12
In Defense of Lorem Ipsum
In Defense of Lorem Ipsum, “With respected thought leaders asking us to pinky-swear that we’ll never, ever use Lorem Ipsum ever again, I want to say a few words in support of greek text.” Hell yes.
Notes from Ollie
Animation tricks of the trade, from famed Disney animator Ollie Johnston. Some really great advice here on visual storytelling.
Jan 05
Commercial Type
Commercial Type, beautiful site for a new type co-op. Lots of great faces too, I’ve been a fan of Lyon since the NYT Magazine redesign.

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