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I know, I know, I am a day late, but I have quite a good reason... :) Thank you all for the well wishes, and since I love our readers so much, I was able to finish up this week's article just for you guys. It's another roundup of some amazing works of typographical art, that I really think that you are gonna like! You might see that I included one from the comments of last week, so if you have something that you think is worthy... stick it in the comments!


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Top Dozen

10:10 Climate Change

M. Leonidov

Jay Z - "Hello Brooklyn"

OSF DOTS

Lawrence Weiner - Of the Moment

FX "Justified" Main Titles

The Armada Men- Source of Illusion - Typography Music Video

Opening Titles for AMD Conference 2009

The Big Lebowski: A Valued Rug

Mrs. Eaves

Messing With Typo

Inglourious Basterds: Killing Nazis

Wooshii.com 2

78RPM - MP3 | 70 Years of Revolutionary Protest Music

Motion Typography (Dumb and Dumber)

typography (picture theory)

generics (program content)

REQUIEM FOR A DREAM in typography / motion type

Starwars Typo - pub action

7 Billion People Can't Be Wrong

I Love NY - Type in motion

Experimental Type in Motion

EGO

Duck and Cover

OYFMW Promo "Open Your Face and Make Words"

Quicksand

Countdown

Final Alphabet Collection - Using Google Earth

Why So Serious? The Dark Knight Typography

Monty Python - Kinectic Typography

terms&conditions

aviaT

natura

Kinetic Typography - Man on Wire

V For Vendetta Typography

governo do espírito santo

Short Attention Span - Fizzy Bangers

More Than Words

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