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28 January 2011


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Mike Reed

It's one thing to screw up the kerning on a line. To screw up the kerning in a logo, which is usually printed from an official, supposedly immutable artwork file protected by the 24-hour armed guard of the identity guidelines, takes real effort. Good spot.


Great week Joe! It was nice to have over and keep the type addiction growing!

Joe Hug

Thanks very much, I will try to in between the last few months of! university!


Thanks for a great week of posts Joe. Raising interesting issues and finishing with bad kerning. I'll keep my eye for a few examples.

Joe Hug

I'm glad you enjoyed them Gerry

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some old enamel signs

  • Sign41
    Lovely, aren't they?

instead of helvetica...

my pantone past

top tips for typesetters

  • six golden rules
    The post that first spelt it out: the important things to get right when you start dealing with type.