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Qs / Vol. 15 - 16 / March 31 - April 6

The top 15 out of a 34-quip week.

A = Authors | C = Community

Quips marked with * are April Fools, content may have changed.

A / No. 4 / Armin / Johnson Banks should really be ashamed of this blatant rip-off. And to think I gave them a glowing review on Brand New. *

A / No. 2 / Armin / Typophile redesigns to embrace great design.* [Via Veer]

A / No. 1 / Armin / Finally, a serif companion to Helvetica: Helvetica Serif. *

A / No. 7 / Armin / Not design related, but a great read about language, “Saying it wrong on purpose”. Like the “internets” which I do use often.

A / No. 11 / Armin / In case you missed it: The fantastic new British coins designed by a 26-year-old designer.

A / No. 6 / Armin / Funniest alphabet so far, using mullets, balding spots, beards, mustaches and mutton chops. [Via Nice Fucking Graphics]

C / No. 6 / Mattus / You’re right Armin, that is a funny alphabet. This one stinks.

A / No. 12 / Armin / Some nice work by Sydney-based Toko. [Via The Serif]

C / No. 7 / Chad K / Interesting point from insane people [via Design Observer]

A / No. 8 / Armin / Yum: Potential swashes for OCR-A in Hoefler & Frere-Jones’ accidental Estupido Espezial. Read all the way through and you will be well regarded.

C / No. 2 / Dave / Win a Herbert Bayer Olivetti poster!

C / No. 4 / MLA / Fontstruct.

C / No. 5 / Angela / Can design save a city? Detroit finally has good news.

A / No. 10 / Joe Marianek / A great Zagat article on Louise Fili’s design work for restaurants. [Via DesignObserver]

C / No. 1 / Doug Bartow / Helvetica-Black numerals swimming in water in perfect time, Dropclock.

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