This olive is anything but drab with our specially-formulated radar-reflecting stealth black matte hand-pulled inks.
You won’t need a Predator drone high-definition camera to see the deliciously thick air-dried matteness of David Dodde’s hand-pulled silver metallic squeegee strokes.
With its 105 different styles, the United Collection gets the job done with military precision.
Posted by Rich Roat on January 29, 2013
Designer Jason Sfetko spec’d some D’Amico Gothic along with Ed Script, House Brush and Burbank for this GQ cover story.
Posted by Rich Roat on January 22, 2013
As we may have mentioned in our hyperbolic product copy, our 33 pattern luggage fabric is pretty tough. Here’s our original post about the Baileyworks 33 prototype messenger bag from November 2010. Here the same bag about 750 bicycle commutes to the studio and countless please place your personal items under the seat front of you later:
Here’s a post from 2007 featuring, among other things, a 33 pattern fabric motorcycle seat. Here’s the same seat five years and 50,000 miles later:
Posted by Rich Roat on January 18, 2013
From svelte and sophisticated to loose and lively, the Ed Benguiat Font Collection is a timeless ensemble of distinctive display typefaces. Packed with loads of features, this versatile family also includes over 50 dingbat illustrations.
The collection includes special packaging (if you fork over a few extra bucks for the shipping) as well as an exclusive audio interview with Ed that covers everything from destroying bridges with a P-51 Mustang to working with Hugh Hefner and Andy Warhol in the Esquire Magazine art department.
Posted by Rich Roat on January 17, 2013
Masterfully merges Meyer Davison’s crafty cartouches, Ljubljanan letterer Mitja Miklavčič‘s voluptuous vectors and squeegee star David Dodde’s righteous registration:
Elegantly enumerated richly rendered interior integers:
Posted by Rich Roat on January 8, 2013
Posted by Rich Roat on December 17, 2012