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    This box of salvaged woodtype, originally part of some Adobe Studios (c. 1998) customer schwag, is now patiently awaiting to be repurposed as a new art project for our home.

    creativejuice, - luz -, Striv3, and 40 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Striv3 110 months ago | reply

      awesome find!
      what are you thinking of doing with it next?
      thnx for the link, btw. i didnt know adobe came to be that way.

    2. Caterina Andrei 110 months ago | reply

      love the composition!

    3. pumped tooth [deleted] 110 months ago | reply

      Very nice! Do you have more Types? :)

    4. luxuryluke 110 months ago | reply

      Un. be. liev. able.
      Can't wait to see what you come up with, thar.

    5. splorp 110 months ago | reply

      I have three dozen or so pieces of woodtype, ranging in size from 96pt up to several hundred points. I’ve kept a few choice glyphs out of this pile simply because they’re so beautiful to look at on their own. The rest of the blocks will be used in a series of four compositions to be contained in shadowbox-style frames. I’ll make sure to document that process as well.

    6. splorp 109 months ago | reply


    7. crbassett 109 months ago | reply

      This looks fantastic. Ever been to the Hamilton Wood Type museum? I'm planning a visit in the fall.

    8. splorp 109 months ago | reply

      Never been, but it’s on my lifelist™ with a bullet. Speaking of Hamilton, have you checked out Kartemquin Film’s documentary Typeface? It’s screening during TypeCon in Atlanta next week.

    9. crbassett 109 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out. I'm just getting into the world of letters as a hobby interest. I'm a total noob. I live in Atlanta now but I'm moving to Milwaukee in a few weeks. A friend and I plan on checking out the Hamilton museum soon. Photos on Flickr, no doubt.

    10. Naza Vargas 101 months ago | reply

      Love this shot!

    11. splorp 101 months ago | reply

      There’s a lot of that going around. Thanks.

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