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Classic kerning and layout tips — Source
Classic kerning and layout tips — Source
Classic kerning and layout tips — Source
Classic kerning and layout tips — Source
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typeworship:

Type Anatomy
I think this print was produced a couple of years ago but I saw again the other day and thought it might be useful to post here.
The attractive Alphabet of Type is more of a type anatomy infographic. Each letter models a specific typographic structure together with the correct nomenclature; ears, loops, links, tittles, hooks, spines, tails, ligatures, and more. Produced by Patrick Mulligan and Ben Gibson.
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typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
typeworship:

There are some beautifully constructed diagrams in this reproduction book. I love the Modern Roman outline face
typographybooks:
The Essentials of Lettering: A Manual for Students and Designers by Thomas Ewing French.
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nicholasballesteros:

Rose Clouds
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wowgreat:

Mario Ballocco (via Some Sort of Geometry / Mario Ballocco)
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Fortune Magazine Cover, February 1944
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midcenturymodernfreak:

Mid-century Whimsy
Legendary Walt Disney artist/Imagineer Rolly Crump’s whimsical Tower of the Four Winds designed for the “It’s A Small World” attraction at the New York World’s Fair, July 1964.
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midcenturymodernfreak:

Mid-century Whimsy
Legendary Walt Disney artist/Imagineer Rolly Crump’s whimsical Tower of the Four Winds designed for the “It’s A Small World” attraction at the New York World’s Fair, July 1964.
Via: 1 | 2
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beatpie:

david hicks’ alphabet
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Some more geeeems.
1.  Cover design by Martin Rosenzweig, from photo by Erich Hartmann of glass fabrication at Corning Glass Works. 
2.  Cover design by James S. Ward, “simplified elements of one of the simpler forms of fastening, the nut and bolt.”
3.  Industrial Design magazine February 1966. Cover design by Peter McGuggart.
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Some more geeeems.
1.  Cover design by Martin Rosenzweig, from photo by Erich Hartmann of glass fabrication at Corning Glass Works. 
2.  Cover design by James S. Ward, “simplified elements of one of the simpler forms of fastening, the nut and bolt.”
3.  Industrial Design magazine February 1966. Cover design by Peter McGuggart.
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Some more geeeems.
1.  Cover design by Martin Rosenzweig, from photo by Erich Hartmann of glass fabrication at Corning Glass Works. 
2.  Cover design by James S. Ward, “simplified elements of one of the simpler forms of fastening, the nut and bolt.”
3.  Industrial Design magazine February 1966. Cover design by Peter McGuggart.
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