Wednesday, 11:22am
30 November 2011

Noted #21

Hebrew letters, famine posters, IBM typewriter ads and early mag covers

Here are some links to sites that grabbed our attention this week.

Hebrew typography
A site packed with content about Hebrew lettering and alphabets.

Step-free tube map of London
What the London Underground system looks like if you have difficulty with stairs.

Graphic activism
Work from the 50/50 famine relief poster initiative (including top, by Joe Newton). See also ‘Working for peanuts’ on the Eye blog.

Ads and machines
A short history of the IBM typewriter (and its ads).

Famous firsts
The front covers of the first editions of famous magazines.


See also the latest New Yorker cover by Dan Clowes.

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