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Know Your Toes (and other things to know)

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Nov 5th, 2013. Artwork published in .
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Image via Norman Pelletier. License: All Rights Reserved.

Rubens is in a genre of typefaces commonly used for macabre content, but, as image contributor Nolan Pelletier notes, the combination of Rubens with Century Expanded and Cooperplate Gothic “saves it from spookiness”.

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2 Comments on “Know Your Toes (and other things to know)

  1. Roger Waters says:
    Nov 5th, 2013  3:56 pm

    Beautiful. Where is the like facebook button?

  2. Nov 5th, 2013  6:21 pm

    We have our own “Like” button. It is visible after you have signed in into your FIU account. You’ll find the button at the top, just below the headline.

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