7.28.2008

paperfont.



If I could create a font, it'd be this one.

[thanks, Court!]

18 comments:

quaint handmade said...

for real - that is great!

Jude said...

Looks very time consuming, but oh so clever! Even the accent mark above the ñ!

Krissy said...

oh yes. I am loving this :)

karina said...

I love it!!!
I know they have reserved rights but I show taht to my children to do something similar, sure the resalts will be very different.

Chocolate and Steel said...

really cool! I wish I had that much patience.

design for mankind. said...

Me too, me too, and ME TOO! :)

Decor Fellow: James Saavedra said...

oh, i love this!

Hila said...

very lovely - this would be my font too :)

Phoebe said...

just wondering, but I can't figure out for the life of me how to use the font on my mac. I downloaded it, but it just comes up as a folder with a bunch of jpgs of the letters. did anyone successfully download it/know what I'm talking about?

design for mankind. said...

Phoebe---

Hmm... I'll see what I can figure out!!! Thanks for letting me know! :)

Kirsty said...

It's gorgeous!

adelle said...

I think I'm going to make this a task for my Year 8 Visual Communication class. I know designing fonts is hard, but I'm sure 13 year old kids could come up with some interesting ideas...

Kati said...

Yes - I'm a little partial myself.

please sir said...

Ha - I love it! Fonts that are created from odd things are great - magazines, sugar, water, just anything out of the ordinary.

design for mankind. said...

Adelle-- that's a great idea! :)

DESIGN DIG said...

i think i would have to agree!

Katrina said...

delightful, delightful! i love it too much!

bandelle said...

The alphabet has never looked so cool :)

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7.28.2008

paperfont.



If I could create a font, it'd be this one.

[thanks, Court!]

18 comments:

quaint handmade said...

for real - that is great!

Jude said...

Looks very time consuming, but oh so clever! Even the accent mark above the ñ!

Krissy said...

oh yes. I am loving this :)

karina said...

I love it!!!
I know they have reserved rights but I show taht to my children to do something similar, sure the resalts will be very different.

Chocolate and Steel said...

really cool! I wish I had that much patience.

design for mankind. said...

Me too, me too, and ME TOO! :)

Decor Fellow: James Saavedra said...

oh, i love this!

Hila said...

very lovely - this would be my font too :)

Phoebe said...

just wondering, but I can't figure out for the life of me how to use the font on my mac. I downloaded it, but it just comes up as a folder with a bunch of jpgs of the letters. did anyone successfully download it/know what I'm talking about?

design for mankind. said...

Phoebe---

Hmm... I'll see what I can figure out!!! Thanks for letting me know! :)

Kirsty said...

It's gorgeous!

adelle said...

I think I'm going to make this a task for my Year 8 Visual Communication class. I know designing fonts is hard, but I'm sure 13 year old kids could come up with some interesting ideas...

Kati said...

Yes - I'm a little partial myself.

please sir said...

Ha - I love it! Fonts that are created from odd things are great - magazines, sugar, water, just anything out of the ordinary.

design for mankind. said...

Adelle-- that's a great idea! :)

DESIGN DIG said...

i think i would have to agree!

Katrina said...

delightful, delightful! i love it too much!

bandelle said...

The alphabet has never looked so cool :)