This is a weblog and reference point for all things typographic. That sounds rather grand, but in reality, this is a place where I will post images, information and links about type, typography, lettering, calligraphy and pen arts, grafitti, ascemic writing, non-latin letterforms and languages, technical stuff, creative stuff, legal stuff, historical and archaic typography and other stuff not previously mentioned about type and letterforms.
I have set this blog up primarily as a first point of call for my own graphic design students but hope others will will find it useful, will comment and contribute material and good links in order to create a good student resource for the study of typography.
So who am I? I am a graphic designer and educator with a bit of a habit. I design, I print, I make and I blog. You can also find me here. Let me know what you think, what you’ve seen, what you know, what you’ve done and anything else, as long as it has something to do with anything mentioned in the first paragraph.
Please contact me if you would like to add any other web resources, links or information to this blog.
I can be contacted at christopher (at) lestaret (dot) com – I’d love to hear from you.