Ellen Lupton’s take on the design process (more here.)

Ellen Lupton’s take on the design process (more here.)

Alina Wheeler’s take on process. (more here.)

Alina Wheeler’s take on process. (more here.)

The Kerning Game

Typography game — kern your type! (Thanks for sending along, Doug!)

Not type, but awfully nice. 

Lovely video from letter lovers!

(Source: vimeo.com)

A Visual History of Title Sequences

Forget the Film, Watch the Titles

The Art of the Title Sequence

"A line is an infinite series of points. Understood geometrically, a line has length, but no breadth. A line is the connection between two points, or it is the path of a moving point. A line can be a positive mark or a negative gap. Lines appear at the edges of objects and where two planes meet. Graphically, lines exist in many weights; the thickness and texture as well as the path of the mark determine its visual presence. Lines are drawn with a pen, pencil, brush, mouse, or digital code. They can be straight or curved, continuous or broken. When a line reaches a certain thickness, it becomes a plane. Lines multiply to describe volumes, planes, and textures."

 Graphic Design: The New Basics, by Ellen Lupton

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