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This does not mean I like the moustache meme, in fact I hate it with a passion.

If Fonts Wore Mustaches. In the spirit of ‘Movember’, San Franciso-based art director Tor Weeks has created an illustrated guide that explores the personalities of different fonts and the ‘type’ of mustache they would wear.

New York Letterpress Print.

24 Epic Ideas for Turning Calligraphy Into Decor

Sugar Paper LA iconic New York calligraphy art print for a gallery wall

Manhattan, Lettering, New York, Neon, New York City, Neon Tetra

new york city girl

(I'm a) new york city girl - I love NYC more than any other place I've been so far in my life.

FoT EM You Make Me Happy 20120706 in SUNNY SMILE

Don’t worry baby Digitized by Erik Marinovich (Friends of Type).

Superior Title by type foundry MCKL (Minneapolis). High contrast typeface, kind of missing link between Bodoni + Times, suitable for fashion…

Superior Title by MCKL

MCKL is a Los Angeles based type foundry and design studio run by Jeremy Mickel. We publish fonts including create custom typefaces and logos for clients. Fonts include Fort, Shift, Superior Title, Router, and Specter.

I Want To Go To There http://www.turntherecordover.com/2013/01/i-want-to-go-to-there/

I Want To Go To There

I want to travel. I want to leave the country and travel the world. First, I want to go to Europe. I want to stay for a while and visit many countries. I want to experience the world and see all the beautiful things there are to see in Europe.

Free Fonts and Font Pairings for the Web, Social Media and Blog Post Images | I’ve been in a bit of a font craze lately hunting for the perfect fonts to use for Pinterest and Instagram, and  I’m sharing some gems I discovered so you can use them too! Click through to see and download the fonts!

Free Fonts and Font Pairings for Web, Social Media and Blog Images

60 Quality FREE Fonts You Probably Don't Own, But Should!

60 Quality FREE Fonts You Probably Don't Own, But Should!

00      Marco Puccini (Italy)

The word "ciao" (/ˈtʃaʊ/; Italian pronunciation: [ˈtʃaːo]) is an informal Italian verbal salutation or greeting, meaning either "hello", "hi", "goodbye", or "bye".