New astroluxtype font. Koo Koo Puff Regular and Thin Condensed.

Posted on May 14, 2013 in Design, Fonts

The newest font from astroluxtype. Koo Koo Puff. Not Coco Puff. Crazy but not chocolatey! Koo Koo Puff Thin Condensed More crazy than crazy!

Green Day: The Ultimate Unauthorized History and UXB the Font!

Posted on Mar 18, 2013 in Art, Design, Fonts

So I’m walking through the local bookstore the other day and whoa! Green Day book cover…nice. Even better they use my font UXB through out, both UXB Stencil and UXB Spray! I mean they used it on every chapter heading, cover and everywhere. Dookie!¬†First time to see one of my fonts out in the wild. […]

Sugarbang and Surf Music!

Posted on Nov 15, 2012 in Design, Fonts

Hugh Brown, of Heavy Industries, sends me this cover artwork that uses astroluxtype’s Sugarbang for the title font. Thank you, Hugh. You’re so rad, dude.

Steinweiss Script by Michael Doret

Posted on Apr 22, 2011 in Design, Fonts

Michael Doret, friend and world renowned graphic designer recently released this most beautiful script font through My Steinweiss Script influenced by the hand lettering of the early (1930’s-1940’s) record sleeve designer Alex Steinweiss is delightful in its playfulness. Both designers shine in this wonderful homage. Check it out in depth at My Fonts, better […]

Coming Soon.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011 in Fonts

Ampersand Donation…no pocket lint attached.

Posted on Jan 24, 2011 in Design, Fonts

This is a backward post as, I did this near the end of last year. SOTA assembled a font with nothing but ampersands, my donation was the one attached. So if you need lots and lots of ampersands go get this font. “The Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA) is proud to announce the release […]

Hello Visitors, right this way…

Posted on Jan 18, 2011 in Art, Comics, Computers, Design, Fonts

This is the beginning. Sorta. I have been blogging for most of my life, wayyyyyy prior to the internet. To the distress of all my friends. First there was now “ blog”, in which all things of interest to me will be launched and discussed by the supervisor of launch control, that would be…me.