Founded in 2002, Typographica is a review of typefaces and type books, with occasional commentary on fonts and typographic design. Edited by Stephen Coles and Caren Litherland and designed by Chris Hamamoto.
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Hey! I don't know if this post corresponds to this forum, but I wanted to know if anyone here knows the typeface that Brandon's name uses on the covers of his books in Spain, published by NOVA. I make covers in Spanish (because it's my language) to spend my free time, and although I have a PNG with the "Brandon Sanderson" that the Spanish covers have, it is not the same as having the font / typography.
I have searched in Whatfontis and got two similar fonts: "Parkson Personal Use" and "Equal Sand Demo" but I tried both and they are not the same used by Spanish covers. If anyone knows what source it is, or can help me, I would greatly appreciate it. I also know of some fonts used by American and British covers, in case anyone wants to know.
Set of 3 stainless steel measuring utensils for when you need a smidgen, pinch, or dash of something. Great measuring tools for making cosmetics, body care products, and other crafts requiring tiny increments.
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Monospaced typefaces are a favorite among interface designers as they simplify the problem of calculating space for text content. When a font is monospaced, each letter or character occupies the same space as all the others.
The DM Sans family includes fewer varieties than Poppins, but is just as versatile and reads well in text of any size. It was originally intended for use in small sizes because of the legibility offered by its low-contrast geometric design. Because of its characteristics, it is a typeface style that combines well with other fonts that are more special, unique or have a strong personality.
The width of the new note heads is basically the same as the traditional oval notes (they are actually just a smidgen wider) while the older triangle shapes are noticeably wider. The reason the older triangle shapes were wider was to make their visual appearance, in terms of their overall size and weight relative to the staff, comparable to that of traditional note heads. (Triangles have less surface area than ovals if you confine them to the same rectangular box.) Otherwise you would have to scale the staff up to a larger size for the note heads to be just as easy to see and discern.
Here are a few take-away positive smidgens: Mind your mind. Your brain changes both structurally and functionally depending on what you do, what you say, what you think, and what you experience. These changes can be either positive or negative.
For 70 years, physicists have known that the proton acts like atiny top and possesses exactly half a fundamental smidgen of spin. But theydon't know precisely where that spin comes from. The proton consists ofthree fundamental particles called "quarks" and a gaggle of otherscalled "gluons." Each quark carries half a unit of spin, andtheorists once thought the quarks were aligned, or "polarized,"enough to give the proton most of its spin. But in the 1980s, experimentsshowed that the spin of the quarks accounted for only about 20% of the total. 2b1af7f3a8