Things that we love, are inspired by, find interesting...
Box of hinges – or type?
Love Armin Hofmann. Had the privilege of being taught by him.
Chester, our inanimate studio dog, watches over the studio.
Bob Packert shoots the Switchback tap handles we designed.
Ummm. Hyphens are helpful.
Sharin' the love: Hunger Mountain Coop loves Switchback too.
We met Wolfgang Weingart when we were at the Philadelphia College of Art [uArts]. Below is a great video about his work...
A snowy boot leaves behind a letter 'Y'.
We wish we stole this for Andrew Szurley.
Fun with Bob Packert in NYC. Impromptu photoshoot at the restaurant we were having breakfast in.
Nora's carved type.
Stellar handwriting from Laura at QCP.
A carrot '6' found in our salad.
Another husband and wife team that inspires us. Charles and Rae Eames.
Sweet custom-drawn type found on an old box.
Mark's superhero name.... or the way an email from Japan was addressed to him.
Hand drawn type in a Byzantine era book. <3
Colored bins beckoning to be explored.
Raising a young typographer. Our daughter, Nora, puts letterform substitution into practice.
Mark and Lisa at St. Basel's Cathedral, Moscow while working for the US Information Agency's exhibit Design USA.
Find a rusty letter T and pick it up and all the day you'll have good luck.
Bradbury Thompson inspired our own Interrobang pogs.
Someone sent us a package. They clearly knew we are type geeks. Every line is a different style.
Peregrine Falcon mask we made for a World Wildlife Fund auction.