TDR Giveaway

Win a signed copy of the Typographic Desk Reference
TDR Portrait

Details on how to win will be posted to my Twitter feed.

UPDATE: Entry details posted here.

To enter:

1. Follow me on Twitter

2. Tweet the tag #TDRme

Stay tuned…

3. Create the worst typography imaginable

Theo

Photo Credit: Danielle Aseff


 
Posted by on July 13, 2009
Filed Under The Typographic Desk Reference, Typography | 10 Comments
 

  • http://www.toby-powell.co.uk toby powell

    I have had my eye on this book for a while now!, would have snapped one up if they were sold over here in the UK

  • Sal Randazzo

    Would love to win the TDR book.

    Thank you. Sal Randazzo

  • http://inspirationbit.com inspirationbit

    as a rule, I usually never win in these contests. It’s sad and unfair, but I’m not giving up and will give Her Majesty Luck another try ;)

  • http://rosendorf.us Theodore Rosendorf

    Hi Toby,

    The TDR is sold world wide if you order direct from Oak Knoll. Amazon (US…) also ships to the UK. We’re still working to sort all that out with Amazon.

    Also, if you’re in London, It should be in stock at the British Library.

  • http://rosendorf.us Theodore Rosendorf

    Be sure to follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/theorosendorf

  • http://www.elektrik.com rena bernstein

    @Mrktgeek is also a typegeek. Would be fabulous to win the TDR book Thx! (Tweeted @ 12:37)

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  • http://imjustcreative.com Graham Smith

    Being able to have a copy of this for myself would be awesome, rather than giving them away:) It being a signed copy would be extraordinary…

    Nice touch,
    Graham

  • http://artbehindthefridge.com Jim

    Disappointed when Amazon was already out of stock upon me learning of this fine looking book, my excitement is reclaimed from this even greater possibility of a signed copy—however slim the chances may be. Really cool of you to put this promotion out there. @averagejim

  • http://mrtbooksla.com Carol Sandberg

    Looks like a really interesting book. I’m anxious to see it.