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Typo Tuesday in Portugal: “Planjer” Art Deco

This week on Typo Tuesday we're still on tour with "Planjer"; art deco typography from the Netherlands that summons a thirties vibe for a nostalgic twist on chic lines.

Typo Tuesday: The Hope Factory

This week on Typo Tuesday we feature “The Hope Factory”; a series of typography driven artworks created by amazing South African creative studio, MUTI.

Typo Tuesday: TypeEd Typography School

This week on Typo Tuesday we take a look at a great design school in LA dedicated to the teaching the fundamental skills of typography: TypeEd.

Typo Tuesday: Letterpress Aesthetics + Telegramme Studio

This week on Typo Tuesday we wander through the rich history in Telegramme Studio’s screen print inspired typography and poster designs.

Typo Tuesday: The Neo-Gothic of Joan Quirós

This week on Typo Tuesday we feature the macho neo-gothic calligraphy and typography of Spaniard, Joan Quirós.

Typo Tuesday: Floral Flurish

Typo Tuesday time! This week’s typography comes from self-taught designer Antonio Rodrigues Jr. from London, England.

Frat Friday: It's hip to be square

In this Friday Frat, the Headjam team were carefully monitored by adults while they handled scissors and craft glue to create their very own hipster logos.

Typo Tuesday: Speaking Sign Language

Typography through hand painted signs! Click to see some fantastic Sydney-based signage. An exhibition put on by The Opening Hours.

Old School: Part 3 French Trademarks

Published in the 1930's, this French book of trademarks is a fantastic way to see how the creative industry operated in the early 20th century. This book contains every registered mark for industry or for commercial use in France.

Old School: Part 2 Books and Molluscs

Encyclopaedia from Australia with an incredible section on Molluscs.

Web Design: 20 Years of World Wide Web

20 years ago the world wide web became available to the public for free. Read about Tim-Berners Lee and HTML which he created.

Old School: Part 1 Isabella Beeton and Household Management

The famous book from 1861 that helped build and shape households around the world.

Typo Tuesday: Significant Vintage Signs!

At Headjam, we love the look of large vintage signs! Here are some fantastic images of vintage signs.

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