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8 people think this is good

  • Yasha Wallin
  • Jessica De Jesus
  • Amy Lee Walton
  • Casey Caplowe
  • Renee Solorzano
  • Tyler Hoehne
  • Doris Yee
  • Keith Bormuth

8 people think this is good

  • Yasha Wallin
  • Jessica De Jesus
  • Amy Lee Walton
  • Casey Caplowe
  • Renee Solorzano
  • Tyler Hoehne
  • Doris Yee
  • Keith Bormuth

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  • Casey Caplowe

    I had no idea that all type projects start with the O and the H. It all makes sense now. I learned something today.

  • Doris Yee

    Creating a well-designed typography work as a foundation and in multiple applications is not an easy task. Patience is challenged, and in their case...perhaps tested over a decade to realistically say a project is complete. Something as "simple" as typography takes a lot of great precision.

    • Keith Bormuth

      Completely. And type that waits for culture for some sort of penultimate evaluation is kind of amazing; not just hits or page visits, but some sort of acceptance from the herd, absorption into the geist, a milestone.