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Birmingham 81 Sep 15
The original Generation X - published in 1964, it gave teenagers a voice and captured the emerging mod subculture
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Davar Sep 15
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Davar Sep 19
I hope we pay a lovely tribute to Wim on
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Mish Dalton 8h
Replying to @lindafennessy
Fellow typeface-lover right here 👋 seems to be a non-church-related thing :-)
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Birmingham 81 Sep 15
This Carlsberg bottle dates from 1904! Spotted at , the familiar logo was designed by Thorvald Bindesbøll who was a central figure in Denmark's Art Nouveau movement, also known at Skønvirke
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Chris King Sep 15
To supplement the fine submissions this far, here’s one for those of us suffering the UK’s summer of madness...
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Virginia Gallino Sep 15
One of the spirits of the early 70s, Gill Sans Extra Bold
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ISTDworldwide Sep 15
Due for imminent release members reflect on what a sense of place means as part of the zeitgeist now in a global context. The front cover 71 is derived from street lettering in Amsterdam
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Angela. Sep 15
...as today's also the , here's a cheese burger font for you 🍔 Cheeseburger Font (free for personal use) by Font-a-licious Download here:
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Birmingham 81 Sep 15
Pretty Vacant by the Sex Pistols - 1977 promo poster designed by Jamie Reid. One for the 's themed
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Ecclsoc Sep 15
Mystery time...enquiry of behalf of a researcher. It’s an illustration of a font, somewhere in the West Midlands – probably Herefordshire school, with dragons supporting the bowl. Does anyone know this font and where it may be found?
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Basque Design Museum Sep 15
RT _Beatrice: My pick is Clip by Bold Decisions zakgroup DesignMuseum
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Basque Design Museum Sep 15
Thanks for all the great “zeitgeist” typefaces so far this . Which fonts capture the spirit of the times?
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Davar Sep 15
Bodoni was designed in 1989 by Tom Carnase for Massimo Vignelli’s graphic design studio
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Design Museum Sep 15
Thanks to all who have posted and followed this “zeitgeist” themed and to guest host . See there their typographical display inside the exhibition until 9 February 2020.
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Alison Tyler Sep 15
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Pardini Hall Arch Sep 15
Artist, designer and writer Bruno Munari also made the most beautiful children's book.
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Doug Thomas Sep 15
Futura: the typeface that Bauer proclaimed was the typeface of its time and tomorrow. Its popularity proved the advertisements true. [This ad from 1928 in NYC]
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Basque Design Museum Sep 15
RT Birmingham_81: The Face of the 80s - Neville Brody capturing the zeitgeist for DesignMuseum zakgroup
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Basque Design Museum Sep 15
RT deptofdev: Typeface 'VR' inspired by ancient inscriptions and computer code, on special edition footwear, designed by Michael Kelly Studio (alumnus here of Graphic Communication at /Norwich University of the Arts). DesignMuseum
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