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I love these letters because of how light and cheerful they are to look at. The thin and thick lines add a sense of stability with room for play and goofiness without being over the top. It is the perfect amount of seriousness and playfulness.

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I love these letters because of how light and cheerful they are to look at. The thin and thick lines add a sense of stability with room for play and goofiness without being over the top. It is the perfect amount of seriousness and playfulness.

Minim by Ion , via Behance

This week on Typo Tuesday Headjam features Minim, a hip new project from Spanish designer Ion Lucin that displays his diverse skillset and sophisticated philosophy: "simple yet complicated, less but better".

Lettered by Sarah Cole www.thinkmakeshareblog.com

I like the mixture of blocks and thinner lines here, and the way that the word fills the entire page.

Un beau travail typographique tant dans la couleur que dans la composition.

36 Days of Type is a project created by Nina Sans & Rafa Goicoechea that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to give ​their view on our alphabet.

It's cool how three dimensional this has been made. With the white, you can see the face of the letter, which has been turned to the left a little. Using the pink, it looks like a shadow effect.

I can definitely get on board with this “Flat out” poster designed by Millie Scarlett Davies.

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From Poland with shorts, poster designed by Edgar Bąk –Type OnlyUnit Editions

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34 typographies gratuites à télécharger (mai 2015)

Crédit photo : Eiko Ojala                                                                                                                                                                                 More                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Cet illustrateur crée des univers en papier sans jamais toucher une seule feuille.

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