Primer type specimen
Typeface Designed, Primer Type, Primers, Rudolph Ruzicka, Newspaper Typeface, Posts, 1951
Primer is a newspaper typeface designed by Rudolph Ruzicka, it was released by Linotype in 1951.
Primer, a newspaper typeface designed by Rudolph Ruzicka
Beatrix Potter, The bespectacled mouse, 1890
Beatrix Potter, Reading Newspaper, Mouse Reading, Children S Illustration, Book Illustration, Beatrice Potter, Art Illustration, Children S Book
Beatrix Potter illustration,Victorian Edwardian artists,book illustration,British artists Beatrix Potter is one of my art heroes, or should I say heroine. I still love her books and her illustrations. What an amazing, talented woman.
Spectacled Mouse Reading Newspaper (1890). Beatrix Potter. Drawing dating from Potter’s early association with Hildesheimer & Faulkner greeting card manufacturers.
Spectacled Mouse Reading Newspaper (1890). Beatrix Potter. Drawing dating from Potter’s early association with Hildesheimer & Faulkner greeting card manufacturers. Potter had a fondness for drawing mice reading newspapers, the most famous example being the mouse reading ‘The Tailor and the Cutter’ in ‘The Tailor of Gloucester.’
Beatrix Potter illustration,Victorian Edwardian artists,book illustration,British artists. Mouse. Reading.
Mouse Reading Newspaper by peacay, via Flickr ~ The latest Sothebys catalogue (English Literature, History, Children's Books & Illustrations) lists a number of previously unknown original ink and watercolour sketches by Beatrix Potter. The bespectacled mouse illustration (1890) above, spliced together from screencaps, displays Potter's fondness for drawing mice reading newspapers, a subject which appears in a number of her works.
Beatrix Potter, Mouse Reading Newspaper by peacay, via Flickr
Beatrix Potter Rarities - Spectacled Mouse Reading Newspaper
Frustro: the impossible typeface
Graphic Design Typography, Display Typeface, Impossible Typeface, Typography Design, Impossible Font, Optical Illusion
A display typeface inspired by the impossible object own as the Penrose triangle. Frustro Typeface by Martzi Hegedus
Frustro Font & Images © Martzi Hegedus. Font based on The Penrose triangle—an "impossible object." http://www.behance.net/gallery/FRUSTRO-typeface/2525513
frustro typeface aka the impossible typeface http://www.buzzfeed.com/jwherrman/this-font-is-impossible
Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedus created the Frustro typeface that was inspired by the Penrose triangle. The Penrose triangle is what’s called an impossible object, or described by the mathematician that it’s named for as “impossibility in its purest form.” M.C. Escher used it a bunch in his work.
Frustro, an impossible typeface inspired by the Penrose Triangle http://www.behance.net/gallery/FRUSTRO-typeface/2525513
Frustro Typeface - inspired by the Penrose triangle - graphic design - typography - Martzi Hedgedus
Frustro: The Impossible Typeface, typography, font, penrose triangle, optical illusion
The use of the grid in #typography #design
The Impossible Font
Average Typeface by Jan Vranovský
Typeface Typographics, Printing Graphics, Experimental Typography, Design Typography, Typographics Printing, Graphics Style, Typeface Experimental, Typographic Families
Average Typeface by Jan Vranovský "Average Typeface is a project based on exploration of common attributes of various typefaces. We picked 50 different faces from all the typographic families and overlayed each letter over each other, making them 98% transparent. This way only the full overlay parts are 100% black, the rest is shaded from dark, most common shapes to very light rare attributes." Outcome is surprisingly consistent and clean, democratically formed Average Typeface.
Average Typeface | typographics #printing #graphics #style #surreal #creative #design
Average Typeface, Experimental Typography Project
Average Typeface | typographics
Noel Rudolph Ruzicka, 1926 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Christmas Cards, Card 1926, 1978 Christmas, 3A Art, Fine Art, 1926 Wood, Card Park
Christmas card, 1926: Noel | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Christmas card, 1926: Noel Christmas Card, Park Avenue, New York 1926 Rudolph Ruzicka (American, 1883–1978)
1926 Rudolph Ruzicka, American, 1883-1978, Christmas card "Park Avenue", 1926, wood engraving printed in color
Christmas card, 1926: Noel | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
A Polar Bear's Tale blog: Park Ave Christmas Card, 1922
Christmas Card. Park Avenue 1926
An experience of wasted energies and baffled thoughts
Books Worth Reading, Design Book, Book Writing, Illustration, Jane S Janes, Book Covers
1876 illustrated book. Writing of the insane. Should make interesting reading.
On the writing of the insane : with illustrations
1876 illustrated book. writing of the insane
Antique Lithography Stone, Double-sided, Vintage Printmaking, Typography, Turn of the Century, #type #typography
Graphic Design, Graphics Typography, Lithography Stone, Printmaking Typography, Sided Lithography, Double Sided, Century Type
An antique double-sided lithography stone
Antique Lithography Stone
Cover design by Paul Rand. I bought this title in the 1960s when I had started, rather late in the day, to collect everything written by Edmund Wilson.