Presumably a knockoff of Ed Benguiat’s Caslon Black Swash. Some of these swashes are clearly less graceful than the original’s. From Homage to the Alphabet (1980), a Phil’s Photo catalog. See also Foxy Brown and Jackie Brown.

Presumably a knockoff of Ed Benguiat’s Caslon Black Swash. Some of these swashes are clearly less graceful than the original’s. From Homage to the Alphabet a Phil’s Photo catalog. See also Foxy Brown and Jackie Brown.

Nothing is Impossible

Nothing is Impossible

- Try Harder - . Nothing is too hard, too far, too crazy . too impossible. If it was easy, everyone would do it . on Taken by draw_ul on Tuesday April 2014

A  Chris Spooner, 30 Sexiest Ampersands  Originally a ligature that combined the letters E and T of the Latin word 'et', the ampersand is now a common replacement for the word 'and'. Its form has evolved over centuries from the more script-like 'et' ligature where the letters are clearly visible, to the more stylised character we recognise on our keyboards today. I browsed through 100s of typefaces to find the font with the most unique and flamboyant ampersand designs.

So I've been doing my ampersands back to front this whole time. My Top 30 Fonts with the Sexiest Ampersands

SpoonChallenge: A Month of Drawing, Week 2 Inspiration

Day Strawberry Fields Forever by The Beatles. The Beatles song named after Gemme Arterton's character in Quantum of Solace. Or was it the other way round?

Klaus-Peter Dienst - Carmina Burana (3)

Carmina Burana by Klaus-Peter Dienst a tour de force of typography and graphic design, using the & Fortuna& section of Carl Orff& magnum opus as the underlying text thank you, ruinsorbooks for the introduction all images from Ruins or Books

London-based graphic designer Konrad Bednarski has created a few new vector fonts.

ALPHATECTURE by Peter Defty, London. Great photographic project featuring alphabets via @jubaloo_

Julie Bakopoulou on

Alphatecture brilliantly executed by Peter Defty. He is a professional photographer based near Leeds, in the UK, and takes these photos all over the world. They remind you to look up once and a while. maybeitsgreat: ALPHATECTURE by Peter Defty, UK

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