Emma Watson [x]
Emma Watson [x]
Powder Script is a showy brush style script family of three weights -regular, bold and black plus matching Ornament and Pattern set. Powder Script is packed with almost 800 glyphs per weight and is full of features. To activate alternate characters click on Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates in any OpenType savvy program or manually select from even more characters from the Glyph Palette.
Inside each weight is a set of block capitals that you can activate by turning on Small Caps. You can use Small Caps to create evenly lined text blocks to support your design.
Engage Powder Ornaments and Powder Patterns to complete your designs while using Powder Script.
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Image Comics has the first look at the NOAH graphic novel I designed for Darren Aronofsky, Air Handel and Niko Henrichon — which will be released on March 19.
For the type aficionados, the NOAH word mark is bespoke, whilst the credits are set in Rick Banks’ F37 Ginger Regular.
Austrian illustrator Lisbeth Zwerger’s imaginative interpretation of Alice in Wonderland:
Cinematheque suisse by Kenny Brandenberger
Marlene Dietrich by Mercedes de Acosta
A Letter from Egyptian Queen to Hittite King
Museum of Anatolian Civilization
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”
12 de agosto: Natalicio de Mario Moreno “Cantinflas”.
Designed by Rupit.