Archive for history
lots of incredible goodies from the wonderful
Images : Ancient Industries
a wood typeface break.
“There’s a story to be told in the heart of every piece of wood.”
Jim Sherradan “Hamilton Wood Type : A History in the Headlines”
The bottom image is a type design by Juliet Shen. She developed it with the Tulalip Tribe in Washington State (whom I also had the pleasure of working with long ago when I was @ Mithun) in an effort to help preserve the 500-year-old ‘Lushootseed’ language, which at one point was so close to extinction that it was spoken by only 5 elders. Incredible!
Images : 1. ffffound 2. heartfish 3. Nick Sherman 4. Hamilton Wood Type
my husband-to-be’s fascination and respect for the British sub-culture
I received these beautiful Ben Watts pics from him today and they’ve got me remembering rainy nights at the Tractor Tavern filled up with oddball Rockabilly bands sporting extra-long sideburns and bright socks…
oh yeah — and London.
Photos : Ben Watts
the strange and wonderful halls of the
on a very cold November day-after-thanksgiving Friday
with good friends (and hot Shake Shack fries and burgers on the side)
Photos : RWM
the grocery research.