I hadn’t seen the movie Dumbo in years, so when I saw it was available to stream on Netflix I decided to sit down and watch (big Disney fan). As soon as the movie started I was in love with the title and credit screens. It sent me down a path to look for more and I ended up at Movie Title Stills Collection. Wow, a girl could really get lost on a site like this.
Every once in a while you see a project that is just such so simple, personal, engaging, and perfect—thus is the case with José Guíza’s Windows of New York, a weekly illustrated look (literally) into the life and architecture of New York. As a kid, and even now, I love peeking inside of peoples’ windows, imagining how their life differs from mine. The little details of Guíza’s are the best part. It is the nuances that tell you what kind of person might live there, how much money they might make, what time of year it is, or even if they have a green thumb. This will definitely be a project I’ll be following.
Earlier this summer we had the great pleasure of meeting the Lost Type crew during their Field Trip SF, where they went letter hunting in San Francisco’s Mission district. In the end, producing their first installment of Mission Script, designed by James T. Edmondson. While they were here, another Lost Type masterpiece was also in the making. Let me introduce to you DUDE by Daniel Gneiding. Dude is a robust slab serif with a remarkable twelve different styles—pretty unreal! We were definitely honored to play a part, contributing a spread to the Dude Type Specimen Book. Great job Daniel and everyone who contributed to the book.