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    Eye 87 - Beautiful restaurant identity, 2008. This restaurant in the historic Roseville district of San Diego, California, which had its roots in the late nineteenth century, inspired a Victorian type treatment. Keeping the name in all lower case gives it a slightly more contemporary feel. Design: Louise Fili and Jessica Hische.

    Eye 87 - Delicate identity and label design for Bonnie’s Jams, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2011. Made in small batches, Bonnie’s artisan jam was originally designed by Bonnie herself. The new label uses a custom font developed from handwriting samples from the 1940s. Design: Louise Fili and John Passafiume.

    Eye 87 - Sean Perkins explains North's designs for restaurateur Alan Yau, including the Cha Cha Moon, London, 2008. The Cha Cha Moon logo features 3D ‘noodle-style’ logotype and neon to reflect the visual language of street food in China.

    Eye 87 offers a sneak peak into the label album in the Tiptree archive recording jam labels in production in the 1950s.

    Eye 87 - Modern typography! Trifle Sponge Cakes,1971 - packaging that lets the type do the work.

    Lawrence Weiner | Some Objects of Desire | 2004

    Enter the Void [Opening Titles]. See Rick Poynor’s Critique ‘A soul drifting in neon limbo’,

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    Lawrence Weiner, "EARTH TO EARTH ASHES TO ASHES DUST TO DUST", 1970, Guggenheim Museum

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    Typo a landmark book of Swiss design and modern typography. Published in Switzerland in 1957. From @deliciousind

    Alan Kitching, The Typography Workshop, by Eye magazine, via Flickr

    Inside Zivel by Eye magazine, via Flickr

    Antique Olive first specimen, front cover, 1960, by Eye magazine via Flickr

    Specimen design by David Berlow, by Eye magazine via Flickr

    Adios Script by Alejandro Paul, by Eye magazine, via Flickr