Want That Font—wanted fonts and typographic niceties

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Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)
Via typetoken—

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)
Via typetoken—

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)
Via typetoken—

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)
Via typetoken—

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)
Via typetoken—

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)
Via typetoken—

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)

Via typetoken

Unit Editions’ newest title, Type Only, celebrates a current trend in contemporary typography: type unsupported by illustration or photography

—this looks A) fantastically interesting and B) very expensive (more iPad apps for international gals ‘n’ fellas please!)

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