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This is a helpful guide to easily remember what each of these words mean when you're working with all things text. This is a super effective use of design.

I like that this font looks like it has texture. It isn't too hard to read with just a few letters, but it probably wouldn't work with multiple lines of text.

TYPEFACE POSTER FUTURA 2 by Freudtzsche, via Flickr

Type Guide - Created by someone who only calls themselves Noodlor, it does a pretty superb job laying out the basics of typography, such as the common types of faces, ranging from regular to condensed, and the anatomy of letterforms. There's also the very keen nugget of wisdom that 95% of graphic design is actually typography.

Delacroix Storefront in Portland, OR {love that color green and vintage type} // foxontherun

like the typography but would need to see how it looks with Carla Thomas Photography - not sure it will work. I like the way it flows.

British designer Rick Banks of Face37 has just released his latest typeface, Bella, designed, he tells us, in the classical French Didot style, but based on letterforms by Herb Lubalin, John Pistilli and Jan Tschichold.

I think this is categorized as "modern vintage," which is a look I am very drawn to. I love the strong hierarchy and how clean the design is with so much info presented. From today's Grain Edit, focusing on the site raisenochicken.com.