Theo Rosendorf : The Type Desk

About Theo Rosendorf

Theo reports on design and typography from Atlanta. A graphic designer, Theo is Creative Director of Article, a boutique agency with an acute focus on typography. He is author of “The Typographic Desk Reference (TDR),” a reference on the typographic forms of Latin-based writing systems.

Monocle Magazine referred to the TDR as a “Vital Life Improvement” and called it “... a fascinating peek into the mind of our art department.”

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29 December 2013

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Javier Mariscal’s Advice for Young Designers

Javier Mariscal’s Advice for Young Designers →

Good advice for young designers from Javier Mariscal. “… make what you really want to do …”

Sipho Mabona Origami

Sipho Mabona Origami →

“How long does an installation like the colored koi fish one take?”
“It takes me around 1–3 months to complete an installation of that nature, usually working on it on and off. But the installation I’m currently working will probably take me a year to complete.”

The Blue Lady’s New Look

The Blue Lady’s New Look →

From JKR, the Camden based packaging design agency, comes an intriguing collection of marketing and branding quips titled “The Blue Lady’s New Look and Other Curiosities: Posts from the Crossroads of Design and Marketing.”

John Fuller’s Sycamore Press

John Fuller’s Sycamore Press →

Ryan Roberts, purveyor of the official websites for Julian Barnes, Ian McEwan, James Fenton, Hermione Lee, and Ian Hamilton, has authored “John Fuller and the Sycamore Press: a bibliographic history.”

Typography Deconstructed Letterpress Poster

Typography Deconstructed Letterpress Poster →

From Drew Binkley comes the Typography Deconstructed Letterpress Poster, printed by Studio on Fire on 16″ x 24″ Crane Lettra Pearl paper.

Making Faces: Jim Rimmer (trailer)

Making Faces: Jim Rimmer (trailer) →

“The film is excellent .….…. truly wonderful !!!!!!!!! (Jim Rimmer is) wonderfully charming and such an amount of detail to observe” — The Brothers Quay