Posts Tagged ‘typography’

The days of digital’s get-it-out-fast-and-fix-it-later mantra have made creatives lose a lot of the craft of making ads. So has Photoshop and InDesign. And the faster-faster-faster pace we’re running at these days just magnifies the problem. I think it behooves every creative to slow down and take some time to learn the fine details that […]


Conan O’Brien Kinetic Typography from Jacob Gilbreath on Vimeo. Yes, I’m a sucker for a good kinetic type video. But this one is better than most.


Although I don’t necessarily agree that it’s ok to incorrectly use the language.


What you’re looking at isn’t a jpeg or a graphic. It’s actual type – on the web. It’s a product of Web Open Font Format (WOFF) and it’s changing the way the internet will look. Lost World’s Fairs is a collaboration to show exactly how versatile and beautiful WOFF can be. Out: the same old […]