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Typography and Mustaches. It doesn't get much better than this, folks.

If It's Hip, It's Here: A Field Guide To Typestaches. Fonts As Moustaches Poster Purchase Supports Men's Health This Movember.

Standard red-cloth Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 1865 (1876 reprint shown here) (interior page). This is the mouse's tale/tail, an early example of concrete poetry. Its typography echoes that of the hand-drawn tail that Carroll included in his gift manuscript to Alice Liddell. The editorial content and typography of the tale evolved over the course of the Carroll-directed Victorian editions (and posthumous editions) of Wonderland. It was left out of The Nursery "Alice".

Standard red-cloth Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 1865 (1876 reprint shown here) (interior page). This is the mouse's tale/tail, an early example of concrete poetry. Its typography echoes that of the hand-drawn tail that Carroll included in his gift manuscript to Alice Liddell. The editorial content and typography of the tale evolved over the course of the Carroll-directed Victorian editions (and posthumous editions) of Wonderland. It was left out of The Nursery "Alice".

Filipo Tommaso Marinetti - Words in Liberty, 1909

Filipo Tommaso Marinetti - Words in Liberty, 1909 Com o manifesto futurista…

Sam Winston creates sculpture, drawings and books that question our understanding of words, both as a carriers of messages and as information itself. He started writing stories and selling artist...

Sam Winston creates sculpture, drawings and books that question our understanding of words, both as a carriers of messages and as information itself. He started writing stories and selling artist.

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designer finding their way in chaos of consumer centred work - guide to navigating through unmoral work and establishing responsible practice Cover from 1966 issue 1

Sam Winston's spreads for the New York Times magazine » Lost At E Minor: For creative people

Sam Winston's spreads for the New York Times magazine

I absolutely love the spreads that typographer Sam Winston created for New York Times magazine.