This has to be one of the coolest senior theses I’ve ever seen.
Graphic designer Rebecca Mah created an alphabet in which each letter is inspired by a different city. The letters are meant to be “drop caps,” which are the large first letters at the start of a paragraph, usually in a book.
I loved looking through all the letters, though these especially caught my eye:
See Mah’s full alphabet here. Which is your favorite?
(Images by Rebecca Mah; found via Design Taxi)
Happy Friday! I’m spending this weekend doing something I haven’t done in a while–chillin’ in NYC. I’ll be celebrating my best friend’s birthday (happy 3-0, Reen!), going to ballet and watching the Olympics. (I have the parade of nations on as I type–how good-looking are all the athletes?! Also–it’s pretty funny that so many of them, no matter where they’re from, are snapping smartphone photos as they march in.)
Have a great weekend, as well! And enjoy my favorite links from the past few days:
This link made my week
The life of a reporter…told through cat.gif"city map placemats" href="http://nymag.com/shopping/bestbets/computer-brush-new-stuff-2012-7/" target="_blank">Paper placemats that are too cool to use
5 dudes who’ve taken the same photo for 30 years
I suppose this is a benefit to riding the subway!
(Image via Julien-Pierre)