exljbris: Free Quality Font Foundry

Jos Buivenga
Jos Buivenga

After looking at that wonderful face, how could you not enjoy the talented Jos Buivenga’s exljbris? And yes, there is a blog attached, the exljbris – Free Quality Font Foundry blog for news, releases & comments on the exljbris site.

exljbris
exljbris

And since I’m on a sort of an enforced hiatus, I’m going to send you over to ILT’s to read Face to Face, an Interview with Jos Buivenga. Please enjoy. I did!

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Say It Ain’t Slow: Making the Font Game

Say It Ain't Slow
Say It Ain’t Slow

Slow. Yes. A good way to introduce a possibility. My time here in the UK is coming to a close. And, well, as I’m trying to cram everything in at the end, my posts are slowing down (which makes no sense out of my new addiction to twitter). [... Continue reading ... Say It Ain’t Slow: Making the Font Game

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Typesites

Typesites
Typesites

There are not enough sites around talking type, so I’m not going to wait three months for Typesites to add more meat. I’m going in now.

What is Typesites:
Typesites is a weekly look at sites that have great typographic design.

Interesting Posts:
A longtime fav – bearskinrug (be sure to check out the comments). And jesús velasco (by Miguel Ripoll).

Found at Typesites:

And that’s a wrap for the week. See you on Monday!

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Ketubah: Oded Ezer goes traditional

Oded Ezer
Oded Ezer

Ketubah
Ketubah

From Oded Ezer:
Here is a preview of my new typo work – Ketubah.
The ketubah (a Jewish prenuptial agreement) is one of the predominant forms of Jewish art. Here, using a different typeface for each language appearing in this multilingual Ketubah (Hebrew, Yiddish, English, French and Spanish), I had a great pleasure exploring a more traditional aspects of Hebrew and Latin typography, trying to combine it with my own style.

This isn’t the first time Oded has been on DWB. Enjoy Tybrid and Typosperma.

Website: Oded Ezer Typography.

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