dodgy "i"s. . .

8 comments:

katherine. said...

does the typeface have a name?

wonky keys perhaps?

Dave said...

Ah, typewriters.

How I would hate to have to go back to one.

KAZ said...

I agree - it's great.
Isn't it funny how - when we have something perfect - we always want to revert to the imperfect stuff.
Like faded denim rather than colourfast synthetic fibres.

Rimshot said...

I like it too. Plus, I like the work 'wonky'

I, Like The View said...

katherine when I was looking for typefaces the other night, I found this site and today went back and had some fun. . . only little bits of fun (the piece took eleven segments of cutting and pasting!). . . this one was called 1942 Report

Dave I just love fonts. . . but I agree with you about not wanting to revert back to a typewriter

KAZ I know what you mean - I like both, or having the choice. . .

I do find something wonderful about "old-fashioned", "vintage", "second hand"; possibly it's the fact I could choose that, as opposed to have to put up with it, do you know what I mean?

shot it's great, isn't it? and wonky. . . I knew you'd like wonky

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I, Like The View said...

ok, Katherine that link didn't come out quite right - if you want to look further, go to the top of the page and click on "Top 50 Fonts"

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mig said...

I had a really nice font called 'Ondine' which I acquired from a friend. Several computers and hard discs later I keep trying to get it back but now it actually costs money.

This one is great.

Mel said...

Whoa.....

I was impressed with ALL of it.

Holy moly.
First I go visiting and find a sketch pad thingy and play on it for a good 30 minutes (ohhhhh...but I'll go BACK! LOL)

NOW I'm getting way cool lettery thingies to play with.
:-)

Darn good thing that budget is already done.
(for the moment......)

k....Gonna go play with lettery thingies now!