There are only 5 cool things: robots, vinyl records, the yeti, octopuses and the other cool things. It's not cool when you have to explain why they are. Let's not talk about them.

typeworship:

Posters at Reading

Following on from the Type Design course (TDi) course I attended at Reading University last year, I’ve returned to learn more about type design and the industry. If you like to know more about the intensive summer course take a look at my daily diary from last year.

Meanwhile here are some of the cool posters I’ve spotted around the faculty. Top by Jamie Wieck, bottom right, specimen of MATD 2013 graduates.

-outlying-:

Margaret Kilgallen, Untitled, c. 2000

-outlying-:

Margaret Kilgallen, Untitled, c. 2000

Pattern | Utility | Formhttp://allanpeters.blogspot.fr/2010/07/mint-design.html

magictransistor:

Jellys

magictransistor:

Jellys

weandthecolor:

More of the Retro Vintage Inspired Illustrations by Jack Hughes on WE AND THE COLOR
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weandthecolor:

More of the Retro Vintage Inspired Illustrations by Jack Hughes on WE AND THE COLOR

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Music piracy in the ’60s

Music piracy in the ’60s

trendgraphy:

B-Cycle SXSW by Greg Thomas Twitter: @Trendgrafeed

trendgraphy:

B-Cycle SXSW by Greg Thomas

Twitter: @Trendgrafeed

dizarrebisco:

Asano Takeji - Exhibition catalogue from the Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of The College Women’s Association of Japan. 1968

dizarrebisco:

Asano Takeji - Exhibition catalogue from the Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of The College Women’s Association of Japan. 1968

newoldstockphotos:

Lettering.

newoldstockphotos:

Lettering.

slapdashing:

Photo Green Type blog

slapdashing:

Photo Green Type blog

rawbdz:

Personal work of Dionisius.

rawbdz:

Personal work of Dionisius.

visualgraphc:

Notum
Daniel Brokstad

visualgraphc:

Notum

Daniel Brokstad

magictransistor:

Ernst Haeckel

flatstudio:

36 Days of Type

flatstudio:

36 Days of Type

the-absolute-best-posts:

escapekit:

 Chromatic Typewriter Prints

Tyree Callahan has recycled (or upcycled, perhaps) a classic 1937 Underwood typewriter by replacing letters with sponges soaked across the spectrum with bright yellows, reds, blues and combinations thereof.