Industries

Formats

Typefaces

  • These are the most common typefaces in the database, but there are many more. Try a search!

Know Your Toes (and other things to know)

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Nov 5th, 2013. Artwork published in 1963.
Einsel2.jpg
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”.

know-your-toes-2.jpg
Source: http://www.rookno17.com. Image via Rook No. 17. License: All Rights Reserved.
know-your-toes-3.jpg
Source: http://www.rookno17.com. Image via Rook No. 17. License: All Rights Reserved.
know-your-toes-4.jpg
Source: http://www.rookno17.com. Image via Rook No. 17. License: All Rights Reserved.
know-your-toes-5.jpg
Source: http://www.rookno17.com. Image via Rook No. 17. License: All Rights Reserved.
know-your-toes-6.jpg
Source: http://www.rookno17.com. Image via Rook No. 17. License: All Rights Reserved.

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

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

    Beautiful. Where is the like facebook button?

  2. Nov 5th, 2013  6:21 pm
    Edit

    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.

Post a comment