Monthly Archives: May 2014

Letter Heaven

I love writing and creating and packaging beautiful letters. When I saw this book at Present&Correct I kind of lost it . . . in a good way of course! What great stuff! Nice package, so much fun! Makes me … Continue reading

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The List

The List/My List. When I was in my early 20s the Art Director who I worked for gave me a list of movies to watch. This list, for me, was like a key. It opened up a whole world to … Continue reading

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Eye Candy

Wow. There are some lucky designers at H&Co. I love this. Each awesome page not only shows off great and inspiring design but they list the typefaces used for each element on each page. So great. I want more of … Continue reading

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Mail Art

Wow, how did I NOT know about this?! The USPS has a whole awesome site devoted to such things as mail art, stamp history, upcoming stamp issues, artist profiles . . . and it’s a lovely website—not what I was … Continue reading

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Priority Mail Redesign

Every time I receive something via Priority Mail these days I’m quietly thrilled. What a nice redesign. I love the boxiness of Gotham and it’s so American . . . I think it works so well here. Another thing I … Continue reading

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Font vs. Typeface

What is the difference? I liked this article a lot and especially this ending quote: “The difference between a font and a typeface is the same as that between songs and an album. The former makes up the latter. Remember … Continue reading

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Here Here.

“If your drawer, closets, and shelves are stuffed and overflowing in a disheveled mess, how can you expect the Universe to deliver anything more? There is no space for more!”  In all areas of my life, I’ve found this to … Continue reading

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