This is the archive of jontangerine.com version one, made in 2006, launched in 2007, and active until 2012. It’s archived to preserve the original design and its content that was referenced in multiple posts, books and galleries. There’s a holding page before the new site arrives.
Some of the most beautifully made and designed (real) canvas in the world. Oh, and some of the most expensive, too.
An online version of the Typeface As Program book (first published in 2009) that originated in the efforts of the École Cantonal d’Art de Lausanne (ÉCAL) graphic design programme to teach type design as a separate discipline.
Create charts from ligatures. A superb creative way of using OpenType features. Bought.
Encyclopaedic investigation and online book about font rendering for the screen.
One word: Epic.
Jacob Souva’s beautiful, intricate, and witty illustration. Amazing. Prepare to be in awe.
Paul Shaw interviews Matthew Carter, the designer of Georgia, Bell Centennial, and many other incredible typefaces about his new face Carter Sans, and his work creating a new face for the Hamilton Wood Type Museum. Amazing interview of one of the godfathers of modern typography.
Z: ‘I know what Twitter is daddy, it’s a bird that’s blue.’
SCOREBOARD! Flights to San Francisco and Brooklyn booked! The day gets better and better.
Little despondent about missing so many friends and goodness at #brooklynbeta today, but offset by a crafty plan coming together for Nov!
“Ochre Against Blue” by memotone is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/O6rhCTh4
RT @MailChimp: Hey, #brooklynbeta, get the week started at Clover Club tonight. Drinks are on us! (8pm)
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This simple dish was created with a little xHTML, a dash of CSS and a pinch of PHP. It’s garnished with hAtom, hCalendar, XFN, hCard and rel-tag with a large slice of accessible intent. Hopefully it plays nicely, all the time.