Devanagari in TweetDeck

Devanagari in TweetDeck on a Mac. Sad. (cc/ @typotheque)

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05.04.2010
P.D.A. (part 3): Place du Tertre, Paris

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03.04.2010
P.D.A. (part 2): Piccadilly Circus, London

Typefaces: Various About P.D.A.: Public Displays of Art: Following guerilla style advertising campaigns – identifying the days and locations of the “art shows” – a series of small spontaneous, public, exhibitions of sculptures...

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Happy Skolar Day!

Happy Skolar Day! Let’s hear it for @mrbrezina and his cool face brightening up Typodarium. And happy birthday to David’s brother :)

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30.03.2010
P.D.A. (part 1): Trafalgar Square, London

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24.03.2010
The World’s Smallest Specimen Book*

This booklet was made for TypeCon 2008 in Buffalo. It is A7 when folded (meaning it is 2.8″ x 4″) with 16 pages + 8 different cover options. The pronouncement of “World’s Smallest...

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TypeCon ’06 Postcards

These little cards, created for TypeCon 2006, feature a motif based on some wire sculptures I was working on at the time. To make these more interesting, there are 2 different patterns for...

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20.03.2010
Can you spot the error?

For those of you following along, these are some of the latest Gemma fonts. Five weights, three widths, Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, & dingbats: moving closer to completion every day. But today something went...

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Happy Gemma Day!

With my routine sorta messed up today, I almost forgot to change the page! Happy Gemma Day!

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19.02.2010
Hey man, it’s been a while!

A bit of an update / Excuses for not updating the site for a rather long time: Unfortunately, things has been hectic lately and this site has suffered. There are many updates waiting...

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Cassius Serif Day! Typeface designed…

Cassius Serif Day! Typeface designed by the awesome @mathieureguer

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Cosette staying warm

Cosette has spent 1/2 the winter on the radiator in the small gap below the windowsill.

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