A-1 Scrabble, a concept by Andrew Capener, who graduated from BYU last year, has pieces that eschew Scrabble’s standard News Gothic-y look altogether in favor of a big medley of typefaces. So while you’re spelling out “highjack” (28 points, FTW!), you can really nerd things up by relishing in the visual alchemy of a Helvetica “C” alongside a Courier New “z”
TO BE, RATHER THAN TO SEEM “It’s about dismantling all the things we put on that keep us from being who we truly are. The best trait of North Carolina’s people is the genuine quality they possess.” - Matt Stevens (via 50 and 50 - GALLERY)
Typography freaks, hold onto your cap heights: Ligature, Loop & Stem, a Toronto-based design firm that exists solely to celebrate type, has created a gorgeous limited edition poster, which — wait for it! — celebrates type.