Building a palette is an intuitive process, and expanding a typographic duet to three, four, or even five voices can be daunting. Hoefler & Co.’s approach for mixing font families is to keep one quality consistent, and let the others vary.
Lumi Inkodye is the world’s only light-sensitive textile dye. Inkodye can be brushed, dipped, rolled, stamped, stencilled, screen printed, and more! Works on most natural fibres such as cotton, rayon, linen, wool, silk, and even leather, wood and unglazed ceramics. Dilute with water for varying colour intensity from vibrant to pastel tones. Once finished, your print is permanent and can be machine washed without fading. Won’t fade or rub off, and fabrics remain soft to the touch.
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" One of the most accomplished and prolific designers of script typefaces, Laura Worthington, reveals how she got started, where she finds inspiration, what her toughest challenges are, and more." ~ creativepro.com
Like many millionaires, Niall Harbison didn’t do well at school. The 34-year-old Irishman, who failed the same year three times and left school at 17, is quick to point out that Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey and Lady Gaga all succeeded without university.
Harbison has now published a book, Get Sh*t Done, with some of the key lessons he’s learnt. Here are his 12 key tips to follow in his footsteps.