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the scourge of arial

Even if you're not really into Typography, Typecasting is a really interesting article about how often movies set in the 1940's use Helvetica (1957). Neat inline graphics make it a fun read, and a learning experience at the same time.

There's a few other interesting things on the Mark Simonson Studio site, like his other article The Scourge of Arial. This man has the skills.

If you're into strangely geeky and compelling little links, the tinyblog isn't usually the place to go. For that, you can't do much better than the blog where I got this link: BrainLog. Dan Sanderson always seems to come up with links that waste an hour of my day more often than anyone else.


i looooooove typography. franks for the link, tiny.