Artemis Fowl is a series of eight children’s fantasy novels written by Irish author Eoin Colfer, featuring the criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl II. The series has received positive critical reception and generated huge sales. It has also originated graphic novel adaptations.
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From My Modern Met.com.
Also see my post Flying Font Friday 1, about airport signage.
Norwegian nature photographer Kjell Bloch Sandved has devoted his photographic career to capturing the beauty of the world we live in and along the way, amassed a collection of butterfly and moth images with interesting patterns on their wings. Sanved’s keen eye took notice of the spectacular shapes the natural designs came in, recognizing their resemblance to letters of the alphabet. As a result, he formed the Butterfly Alphabet.
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Another great article from typeroom.com, detailing the release of the first official typeface of the United States of America.
Public Sans: It’s official. The US government released its own free font.
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By Kelly Koo from DesignTaxi:
“You can create typography from anything,” says Petra Blahova, a graphic designer based in Kendal, UK.
Blahova’s beautiful typographical series, “My Garden”, was made by freezing colorful flowers and fruits in alphabetical ice cubes. Each bit of botany was carefully arranged according to the contours of the alphabets.
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