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  • Jason Meserve

    SCRABBLE TYPOGRAPHY LIMITED EDITION $199 - If only I could justify spending that much for a Scrabble board. It is absolutely the most stunningly fresh design for the classic boardgame.

  • Anna Booth

    Scrabble Typography Limited Edition. BoingBoing has the right idea about this one: "The limited edition "Scrabble Typography Edition" stores away in a handsome set of replica type-drawers and features tiles whose letters appear in a variety of fonts. However, there are no kerning options, nor can you choose which font your tiles will be, which probably makes this game pure torture for type-nerds."

  • Amber Zold

    WANT THIS!!! LIMITED EDITION 1200 MADE Typography Scrabble Board $199.

  • Chris Colozzo

    Scrabble Typography (limited edition). A handsome Scrabble set indeed.

  • Ligaya Mishan

    Typography Scrabble limited edition, by Andrew Clifford Capener, now in production.

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This limited edition Scrabble game, the Scrabble Typography Edition, was created by Winning Solution, a deluxe game company founded by two former Parker Brothers/Milton Bradley/Hasbro game employees.

VINTAGE EDITION SCRABBLE® $199 SPECIAL $139   In the 1930s, during the Great Depression, an unemployed architect named Alfred M. Butts invented a board game using letter tiles and a scoring system. He first called it Lexico, then Criss Cross Words, but it was in 1948, when he teamed with entrepreneur James Brunot, that the name Scrabble® was born. The game's wild popularity began in the '50s and continues today. Over 100 million Scrabble games have been sold worldwide.

Don Draper quote! by Justin Van Genderen. available on his Etsy shop.

From: Word as Image via @9GAG

Typeface (the film) poster for the Manchester UK screening. Hand drawn type etched into wood, individually inked up and printed by Daren Newman

Graphis 115 –– 1964 – Back cover advert

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Why Should You Care About Typography?