The latest in my series of font photos from museums is from the wonderful Museum of London Docklands, which just gets better and better with every visit! The museum covers the full history of the docklands area, with historical artefacts and displays which bring to life a sense of culture through the years. There’s a great […]
Now that the bulk of the festivities are over, I’ve finally gotten around to posting the outcome of part two of my present-wrapping extravaganza. This is what I made for my wrapping paper for Christmas in my hometown of Allentown, PA, USA. I used two of the same stamps from the UK Christmas, but they […]
Did a little light sketching this evening, without hope or agenda, and just sat down to see what happened. Played around a bit with putting watercolour down and then sketching loosely on top of it, and also had a look at hand drawing some typeface. What I ended up with were a series of little […]
Now as I’m sure most of you know, the London Transport Museum is literally my favourite place on earth, and it also houses my favourite gift shop on earth. Here’s a collection of some of the lovely fonts you can find there!
Here’s a selection of type faces found while wandering around Greenwich this morning- both from the streets, the Cutty Sark, and also the National Maritime museum!
The V&A’s Theatre section has a great selection of vintage theatre posters. Here’s some of the best vintage type faces I saw: They also have a rhino that represents fascism, cause, you know, why not?
Today I headed off to the lovely Museum of Childhood, in Bethnal Green. This is a V&A museum, and is housed in a gorgeousbuilding which dates back to 1872. The Museum houses toys from all over the world, as well as other childhood objects – cribs, strollers, and currently has a very interesting exhibition about […]