A stop-motion animated short film about the history of fonts and typography, by Ben Barrett. The video was created using 291 paper letters and 2,454 photographs over a 140 hour…
Finally, a bias crime we can all stand behind. [via Wickedpaedia]
Behance user Katerina Orlikova makes her gorgeous kaleidoscopes using various typefaces. Visit her gallery to see more pictures.
Fashioned out of aluminum and acrylic, these cutters would make for a great gift for font fanatics and typography fiends. Helvetica Cookie Cutters.
For those of you who don’t know already, Dexter is a highly controversial, Emmy award-winning TV series with a serial killer as its protagonist. The acclaimed series is broadcast by Showtime, a subscription based cable channel owned by CBS Corporation.
To promote the third season of the series, the channel unleashed a series of print ads, which, interestingly enough, resembled the covers of the popular magazines in which they ran. All the ads portray the boyishly handsome actor Michael C. Hall dressed to kill (ha, ha) in his Dexter Morgan avatar.
This particular video from the College Humor guys cracked me up. What if typeface fonts were really humans ?