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AuthorNicole Phillips

These street name signs 'hide in plain sight' they are read daily for navigation as visual wayfinding anchors but not often seen. Especially by locals, Allistair’s project is about looking at these signs critically to understand where they have come from and what narrative they may tell of his city.

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Husar by Jorge Morales is a text and display serif type family inspired by the rebellion and diplomacy that framed the events in Latin America during the first half of the XIX century, also known as the period of independence. I LOVE the unique form and shifting weight in this delightful face and think it is exceptional value at only $10 (US)

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Nelson Mandela would have turned 100 in 2018. To commemorate his life and legacy, an international touring exhibition has opened in Melbourne. Wayne Thompson (of ATF) was commissioned to create a typeface based on his handwriting, for use in the exhibition and promotional materials

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Te Papa recently released Tatau: A History of Sāmoan Tattooing. While the books text is culturally significant, it is also a compelling piece of design. On the occasion of the book being released, Lana Lopesi interviewed Arch MacDonnell, Inhouse Creative Director for Design Assembly.