1. when the appeal to “truth” becomes more and more intense, the truth has disappeared.It’s a profound picture of the contemporary China.

    (via typographie)

  2. type-lover:

    by Melvin Tan

  3. trendgraphy:

    Awake your web design skills that rest in your interior my fellow warrior designers:

    A Pocket Guide of: 

    (via betype)

  4. type-lover:

    Carnation Alphabet
    by Meni Chatzipanagiotou

  5. adayinthelandofnobody:

    Crossover Festival ID by Jonathan Finch and Stephanie Oglesby

    (Source: behance.net, via graphiczombie)

  7. betype:

    Korb by JCFonts.

    Korb is a rounded sans serif family of four styles. It features a narrow geometric construction inspired by DIN letter shapes along with more unusual details like open counters and smooth connections between shoulders and stems. This makes the family suitable for a variety of applications, from corporate design to signalization.

    The fonts, provided in OpenType format, include diacritics for most European languages and a variety of OpenType features like stylistic alternates, case-sensitive forms, tabular figures, etc.

    Get it here: http://myfonts.us/PuxME7

    (via trendgraphy)

  8. type-lover:

    Fête de la musique, Shangaï
    by Alain Vonck

    (Source: behance.net)

  9. (Source: behance.net, via graphiczombie)

  10. Broken record

    (Source: p5art, via t-h-e-f-e-e-d)

  11. type-lover:

    Poster Minimal Session
    by Quim Marin

  13. (Source: jodeus)