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Street Finds: Typographic Textures

February 24th, 2011

Today’s post is New York centric, typographic and choc full of texture. After coming down from the high that’s been New York Fashion week, I’m here to share a snapshot from Milk Studios‘ kick off event. I had the good fortune of tagging along with Stephen Budd, a friend who was over from London. In between hearing The National and looking for a lost jacket in coat check, one of my favorite moments of the night was laying eyes on the typographic decor.

Bringing type to life with knitting needles rather than life-sized decals, Donna Wilson, of the UK was commissioned to interpret the New York Times infamous logo this past October. The patterns are mismatched, colorful and perfectly combined. Keeping things fresh, monochromatic and theme-based, Jessica Hische, of Daily Drop Cap reminds us on a near-daily basis how to infuse life into text, an inspirational read for anyone looking to up their typographic ante.

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Welcome! I’m Shayna.
I live in New York and curate Pattern Pulp Studios. We're trend forecasters connecting the dots between culture and commerce, helping companies navigate digital and physical opportunities. This blog gives a daily taste of what we're seeing. If you want to learn more about how we can help your brand, or just to say hello, drop us a line - we'd love to hear from you!
 
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