Picked up this late 1940s or early 1950s Stenso Lettering Guide for $1 from a Reno antique shop.
This is the only new cemetery I had the chance to visit on my December ’15 trip, but it’s full of nice lettering samples. Still so many more N.O. cemeteries to see! I...
Vintage type from a great museum. Highly recommended if you are passing through Memphis.
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Some vintage type from the home of the King. There was everything from interesting kitchen appliance logos, to album art, awards, movie posters, blueprints, original advertising artwork, and chromeography from his pink Cadillac.
This was a major event for me. Not only was it my first type conference, but I was participating with a solo exhibition of my ceramic sculptures, and it was held in my favorite city!
The Silver Terrace Cemetery contains an incredible collection beautiful inscriptions.
This small collection was found in an antique shop's modest book rack in Reno.
NYC's museum of TV & cinema history happens to also be filled with wonderful type specimens.
Some amusing book covers from the basement of the Harvard Book Store.
These images come courtesy of the tasting room at the Harpoon Brewery.
Just a few highlights from this year's conference.
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