Posts from the ‘typography’ Category



Our editorial department just discovered these Film Alphabet series and now we know what we’re doing for the rest of the day.

I was really bad at the War Movies one, but Sci Fi is more my jam.

Also, this designer has one of the coolest portfolio sites I’ve ever seen.

How many can you name?


Written In DNA

I mean that quite literally. Harvard nanosculptors have developed a technique to stack “bricks” of DNA (essentially small sequence blocks) into defined shapes. By altering which DNA tiles go into a mix, different complex forms can be assembled, including these letters, numbers and characters!

Check out Ed Yong’s full post written in the genotypeface, and his full piece at Nature News.

(via Not Exactly Rocket Science)

Atomic movies and DNA font, it has been a good day for creating new letters with awesome science!



‘K-MISTRY’ Typeface by Ranmalee Jayaratne

Yes please.

Dem bonds, dat type