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This is What the World's Cumulative Average Handwriting Looks Like

Every now and again I stumble upon an article, website, or graphic that is flat-out cool. Enter The Universal Typeface Experiment. Sponsored by BIC, this website attempts to answer a fascinating question: what would a universal typeface look like? 222 more words

Education

International Handwriting

In the fifth grade I paid $1.95 for a best friend.

In a letter address to the International Youth Service, a company who specialized in connecting international pen pals, I sealed in a check, a survey about my interests, and the hope of meeting a new friend. 682 more words

London

Italian Renaissance Font

I found this and *had* to share it for all those who would like historically accurate font types.

Reblogged from: http://www.pia-frauss.de/fonts/st.htm#pd

“This font is based on the handwriting of Giovanni Borgia/Joan Borja, duke of Gandia, who was the son of a pope and the grandfather of a saint, member of a much-decried family, and founder of a most pious one. 1,227 more words

Italian Studies

Blogging Challenge (Day Twenty Seven)

Day Twenty Seven (Tuesday 29th July) - A picture of your handwriting

 

Personal

Love Letter in November

Maybe its just me.. the only one to actually sit here and wonder why my cousins in Honduras prefer to like my pictures on social media rather than send me letters in the mail as a form a contact, why instead of a hand-written birthday card I get e cards in my email, or why my boyfriend has yet to write me a… 162 more words

Blog

One with the Pen and One with the Page

A few weeks ago I came across two articles on the importance of external physicality of thinking, dreaming, and writing. I always feel a little silly and archaic spending my time writing things out by hand and drawing little pictures in the corners. 296 more words

The Waste Book

On a blank page...

It changed from the careless bold
to the insignificant cursive
the commas became invisible 
the full stops dominant.

The quotes were never there
“I still have nothing to say… 9 more words

Poems