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John Foster

Enjoying TypeToy


From time-to-time I like to showcase particular websites, Tumblr sites or blogs that I think are great reference points for designers. This week, I discovered TypeToy, the personal online collection of mid-century design and typography created by Aaron Eiland, a designer for Fossil in Dallas, Texas.

According to Aaron, the name of the blog is derived from the playfulness he sees from much of the work of that era.

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TypeToy

TypeToy

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TypeToy

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TypeToy

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TypeToy

Posted in: Accidental Mysteries, Design History, Typography

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I read this article. I think You put a lot of effort to create this article. I appreciate your work. sms marketing credits
Nick Hardman
07.05.15
06:00

I want to thank you. Good job! You guys do a great blog, and have some great contents.internet blog
alex 12
07.06.15
09:42



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