Thanksgiving Typography

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Tis’ the season for rushed client deadlines and what seems like one thousand requests to “make the logo bigger.” And as per usual, we feel stuck in a never-ending torrent of misused comic sans (seriously, when will people ever learn?)

Somewhere in the middle of it all we realize what’s truly important about what we do as designers. We find that we’re left with a resounding thankfulness for the joy that beautiful typefaces bring to our designerly worlds.

 

As we prep our Thanksgiving table with custom name cards and our attempts to mimic Casey Ligon’s delicious foodie hand lettering, we do our best to remember the reason for the season: giving thanks!

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Maybe you’ve noticed, maybe you’ve heard–we love food. Pairing good food with good libations and surrounding it with good company is a surefire way to let the good times roll. Now: toss in good typography and you’re going to have to excuse us for a moment so we can go do our happy dance.

Because we’ve discovered how awesome it is to marry food, drink, and typography we have dedicated a mini series to the topic (our Instagram account is chock full, too). Check out where the first and second installations in our Food & Type series took us, but be sure to grab a fork and open Illustrator as we introduce you to the deliciously talented Chris Durso. Oh, and remember that project that turned the 50 states into clever food puns that went viral? Yeah, that was him.

From a Font Nerd to a Foodie: an Interview with Chris Durso

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