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Marcin Wichary 21 May 18
A great little article unpacking some easter eggs in vintage Macintosh fonts. (via , cc )
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Phil Dokas 21 May 18
Whoa whoa whoa, this is the first I’ve ever heard about a font named Taliesin. Initial info suggests it was renamed Mobile in System 3.0. SPELUNKING CONTINUES.
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Phil Dokas 21 May 18
This is killing me. There’s very little info on Taliesin/Mobile out there. This is like waking up after the dream where you find a new room in your house.
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Marcin Wichary 21 May 18
Replying to @dokas @cdespinosa
Phil, you can do it! Maybe remembers Taliesin/Mobile?
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Chris Espinosa
I can’t find any replica of Taliesin/Mobile but I believe it was bitmapped architecture and furniture pictures. Legal was concerned about the rights of the estate of Frank Lloyd Wright re the Taliesin name. I think “Mobile” was a pun on the French “meubles”
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Marcin Wichary 21 May 18
Well, *now* I’m curious. Thanks!!! /cc
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Matt Sephton 21 May 18
Early "Twiggy" versions of Chicago and the hidden sheep/etc are here:
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Phil Dokas 21 May 18
Oh my god, so this is Taliesin? Amazing, this repo is spectacular. (also can we just hear it for Espy Sans Bold 13? What a perfect little thing it was).
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Matt Sephton 21 May 18
And Mobile is here: (which supports my theory that if you're looking for a font file it's probably already on github)
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Phil Dokas 21 May 18
Awesome, that’s a fantastic resource!
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Chris Espinosa 21 May 18
Yes, that’s it, also known as Mobile in System 6. We dropped it in System 7 with the move to TrueType outline fonts. Where did you find that?
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Matt Sephton 21 May 18
Replying to @cdespinosa @dokas and 3 others
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frwrdnet 22 May 18
Or the italian word for a piece of furniture, which is precisely “Mobile”
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