Come check out Ken and Ben’s Photo-Lettering presentation tonight. Get there a little early (6ish) or stick around after the show for live screen printing by Awesome Dudes.
AIGA Philadelphia Presents: REVOLUTIONARY ALPHABETS
Bringing Photo-lettering to the 21st Century
University of the Arts
CBS Auditorium of Hamilton Hall
320 S. Broad Street
March 29, 2012, 7:00 p.m.
Posted by Bondé Prang on March 29, 2012
Holeshot Design Studio’s Big Kahuna sign set in the Photo-Lettering Alphabet, D’Amico Gothic. Check out the width and weight sliders in D’Amico Gothic – the variations are limitless!
Sweet Virginia, a (now closed) shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, set their sign in the Photo-Lettering alphabet, Carlyle Eventide. Looks good in in one color, looks great in eight.
*Please note – $7 doesn’t cover the cost of materials, but it will buy you all the letters you need (up to 40 characters per setting) to make your sign stand out.
Sweet Virginia photo by Gavin Thomas
Posted by Bondé Prang on June 23, 2011
A few press sheet details from the new Photo-Lettering catalog.
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Posted by Bondé Prang on June 9, 2011
Aztec, designed by Anthony Sini and digitized by Jess Riddle, was film no. 6192 in the original Photo-Lettering archive. Because the archive is so extensive, we’re continually digitizing new alphabets to add to photolettering.com. New alphabets will show up on a monthly basis, so check back often!
Posted by Bondé Prang on April 14, 2011
Join us in West Hollywood for a House Industries show at Reserve Gallery featuring new wood serigraphs, custom Reserve/House products and plenty of House gear. Be sure to bring a Canter’s potato knish to soak up the PBR and a personal security retinue to help push through the throngs of adoring fans.
Opening: Friday, August 20th 7pm – 11pm
420 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90036
The Reserve show opening is timed to coincide with TypeCon, an annual gathering of typophiles, graphic designers, artists and programmers. Kind of like Comic-com, but a lot smaller and without attendees trying to stab each other with .5 mm rapidographs. You’d be hard pressed to find a better deal for your continuing education dollar, and there’s lots of all-important discussion about webfonts on the program.
Posted by Bondé Prang on August 17, 2010
Masking tape featuring House fonts and PLINC alphabets.
Posted by Bondé Prang on October 20, 2009