I just adore this classically, serifed kind of typeface that one would normally see on tattoos. You can also see that the two typefaces used are different, but similar, which is something I find interesting. Also, I’m wondering about the leg of that R, but I’m not sure what to make of it.-Katie Belloff
This I found it interesting in the way that different people will see different forms in in the shape these two brackets make. Abstract art made from type! -Katie Belloff
I love the crazy amount of fonts and hierarchy that are used in this and how with the varied sizes of the fonts and the fonts themselves, only two colors are need in this poster to really highlight anything.-Katie Belloff
my typeface using letterpress on newsprint
I think this is amazing. I love the sort of handwritten ink bleed look of the type and adooooore that it’s letterpress on newsprint-Katie Belloff
This just instantly popped out at me. The text is just so elaborate and crazy and colorful that if immediately attracts the audience. It has this new crossbreeding of old style and new style. The only thing is with all the design, it might get a little confusing to read -Katie Belloff
Back in 2009, when I got kicks out of font technology and had the urge to write about PostScript hinting.
I found this really interesting, just seeing how difficult it is to make a typeface and perfect it. It looks like so much crazy work and math D: -Katie Belloff
Some of my favourites. Interesting how the classics are the best.
This is exactly how I feel. I love classic fonts and this is a great example of why. They’re so elegant in some ways and in others very simple and professional. -Katie Belloff
I adore how retro these typefaces are, I especially like the type on the bottom because of it’s elegant thin lines and sophisticated feel. In the font portrayed on the top, I like how a single bold line is connected with a very thin line in order to create the shape of the letter. -Katie Belloff
“June” - Hand drawn typography by Kiev based group SHCH Graphics
This took me a minute to get, but it reminds me of the math equation flyer that Jordan made for class. This is a beautifully elegant and colorful hand drawn type, and the play between the two words “june” and “love” the it creates is really interesting-Katie Belloff
I adore the tattoo style type used in this design. Tattoo style writing/type is a favorite of mine because it can be simple or extremely elegant. In this case it’s moderately simple and it works well with the rest of the flyer.-Katie Belloff