Daily horror: A pointless jumble of insipid typefaces, words arranged on angles and arcs, letterforms stretched, squeezed and outlined. This is one of countless examples of store front signage that has been created without any sense of design. Not even Motter Femina – a quite nice and not so often seen typeface – can help.
Photo: Florian Hardwig. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Brieven aan Cornelis (Letters to Cornelis)
- Arthur Reinders Folmer
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- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
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ITC Serif Gothic in U&lc, Vol. 1 No. 2, 19741974
- Herb Lubalin
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