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The Big Book of Font Combinations 

With so many amazing typefaces out there it is easy to lose hours exploring and pairing fonts to get the perfect design. The Big Book of Font Combinations changes all that.

This amazing resource streamlines your research by putting a working historical record of the most incredibly influential typefaces in graphic design history in your hands. This endlessly inspiring and time saving guide has been compiled by expert font lovers to help professional designers, students and hobbyists dig deep and discover great looking combinations of typefaces and fonts for any design projects.

Use the font combination examples from the BBOFC in your next project, or use them as a jumping off place to think about fonts in a new way. However you use it, this essential guide is bound to become your constant companion on your design journey.

You can get the book in the website here or you can get it here with a big discount (50% off): http://bit.ly/1nTCejS

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Fight against the ugliness, a chalk piece from Aurelie Maron

huffposttaste:

Key lime EVERYTHING.

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-ryan shaw

lucyhewett:

Shot a story on juicing in South Bend, IN for All Recipes Magazine - out on newsstands now!

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'Paper Towns' Book Cover Redesign
This is my final design from Jessica Hische’s drop cap skillshare class! I chose John Green’s ‘Paper Towns’ as my book to redesign the cover of. Through my idea generation I liked the concepts such as maps, journey, paths and strings. I felt like the imagery I envisioned whilst brainstorming could really convey the tone and mood of the book in such a striking way.
This project was so much fun, and I’m enjoying my skillshare classes so much!
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Calendar 2011 by Anonymous

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Jah by Andrey Krasnov - http://bit.ly/1k8LGmg

betype:

Sketches by Kiril Richert

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Lettering Set by Noel Shiveley and Alex Mcdonell (photography)

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Design by Stitch Design Co.

huffingtonpost:

IKEA ADVERTISES ADOPTABLE DOGS IN STORES, BECAUSE EVERY HOME NEEDS A RESCUE PUP

The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

Find out which state in the United States will be adopting rescue pet displays in Ikea stores here.