House Numbers from Budapest

A modest collection from a few nice days in Budapest.

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Powązki Cemetery – Part 1

This is one of three connected cemeteries in the center of Warsaw. There is such a variety of styles and lettering techniques to be found here, it is a must see for any typophile.

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Warsaw Jewish Cemetery

This is one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in the world, and it's full of beautiful Hebrew and Latin lettering.

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Signature Type Exhibition

The Brno Biennial is hosting an exhibition of Rostislav Vaněk’s work. He created a variety of icons of Czech designs (including great systems like the signage the Prague metro). This gallery shows one...

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Letters from Budapest

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Warsaw Signs

Some interesting signs and type that I stumbled across on my first trip to Warsaw Poland.

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The National Graveyard in Budapest

This is a huge cemetery in the middle of the city, right next to the main train station.

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Prague’s Jewish Cemetery

After numerous trips to Prague, I finally made it to the famous Jewish cemetery right in the middle of the city. Every other time I went to visit, it was either closed or there...

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Warsaw’s Neon Muzeum

What a great museum!

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TypoPolo Exhibition

“TypoPolo” is a notion which describes an aesthetic phenomenon, namely, the amateur designs of advertisements, signboards or informative inscriptions made for small businesses and crafts, which came into being in the Polish public...

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Type Talks 2013

This was the third installment of the Type Talks conference, organized by David Březina and Anna Giedryś, and they have once again made one of the best type events I’ve had the fortune...

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From the archives: letters found in Barcelona, Spain way back in 2008.

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