These interesting posters are the work of Kapil Bhagat, a graphic designer from India. Kapil does an amazing job at maintaining a minimalistic feel with just using the names, and highlighting a single event. You can view more of Kapils works on his Tumblr, or on his store.
Jessica Hische, an award winning letterer has created a new typeface she titles, “Minot” which literally translates into “child” in french. Which seems to fit well since this typeface can be considered her baby with all the love and care she took into refining it. Some of Jessica’s major clients include Wes Anderson, Dave Eggers, Penguin Books, The New York Times, and Tiffany & Co.
The ampersand, everyone knows it, everyones seen it, but can anyone actually write one correctly? A small blog, 300&65 Ampersands, was based on the idea of creativity in singularity. Although the project is now complete and done with, the blog still remains up, showcasing exactly 300&65 different forms of ampersands from the big and scary, to the small and petite.