Typographic Education In T-Shirt Form

kerning

Not strictly a T-shirt, but of course it wouldn’t work without the zip :-) and who ever heard of a zip up t-shirt. Anyway, a work of genius IMHO from the folks at Veer, all we need to do is stop them stealing sheep!

15 Responses to “Typographic Education In T-Shirt Form”

  1. michael arguello says:

    every tshirt should be like this. great job guys.

  2. Every designer and/or typographer I’ve shown this to thinks it’s absolutely brilliant. Thanks for posting this one!

  3. karl says:

    Thanks Andrew, it’s just one of those shirts that people either totally get or not. Goes over a lot of folks heads :-)

  4. [...] This is a fabulous T-shirt and the photo works brilliantly as well. The picture is of Khol Vinh who writes the excellent blog, Subtraction. My other favorite shirt for type-nerds is actually a hoodie with “kern” written on it, bisected of course by the zip which is why it had to be a hoodie. [...]

  5. Stem says:

    Hi,

    I’m one of those gits that doesn’t get it. Can someone explain!?!

    Stem

  6. [...] This is a fabulous T-shirt and the photo works brilliantly as well. The picture is of Khol Vinh who writes the excellent blog, Subtraction. My other favorite shirt for type-nerds is actually a hoodie with “kern” written on it, bisected of course by the zip which is why it had to be a hoodie. [...]

  7. maswik says:

    Stem,

    Kerning in adjusting the spacing between characters. Note the two little arrows pointing towards the zip. Obviously the correct spacing is when it is fastened.

  8. Stem says:

    That is quite funny, even if I had to have it explained. Thanks maswik! I have heard of Kerning before – but that escaped me. Also I never noticed the little arrows, odd how certain details can be missed.

    Regards,
    Stem

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