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Friday finds…It’s all about type today!

This is one chest of drawers from Kent and London that I absolutely MUST have! It’s made of oak wood, and is inspired by old printing blocks. I think they will fit perfectly well in my office space and help me with all my filing(alphabetically!)

If you have a little one who’s just learning how to spell, this might be one of those pieces you want hanging in his/her room. These are the works of Michael Irving Ambigrams. Take a look around, he has some fun stuff to share.

Negative space alphabet illustration by Ampersand Design Studio, I love the interplay of the colors and forms used here.

Infuse play and style into clean up time. Frankly I think I might have have a hard time washing my hands with these Typography soaps via here, I think I might just display them instead!

A to Z magnatab, from the MoMA store is the perfect gift for the beginning writer. It guides the child through directional arrows and sequence numbers. Considering its the world of gadgets and e-book readers, this would fit right in, in a techie household perhaps!

Alphabet screen printed fabric in 100% cotton fabric from Summersville. It’s great to use in a kids room, wall art, window coverings, upholstery, almost anything you can think of. It’s versatile enough to use in yards or just swatches.

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1 Divya@Soundhornplease { 01.21.11 at 10:38 am }

Absolutely LOVE this post! I am huge typography fan too. We need to meet and compare notes on likes and dislikes :) Loved most of the stuff here- but the chest of drawers is a must-have! And yep

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