Tag Archives: typography

Ukulele Typogram

A tiny masterpiece of typolutherie, the Ukulele Typogram tunes and conditions your ‘uke-abulary, and upgrades the orthography of chord shapes for aspiring virtuosi. A muse for the re-entranted.

Skeleton Typogram

Exo… Endo… Typo!

Bicycle Typogram – Mini Prints

Mini… mini… miniature… Letterpressed miniature prints are type-high. The first spoils from a foray into the realm of pressed letters. Known in the art as broadsides, these are a little less broad, so they are mini prints here, all crisply pressed with the best non-toxic rubber inks on Fabriano Medioevalis cards. Fabriano has been making paper like

Bicycle Typogram – Edition 3 – Fluorescing

3… 3… 3… The Bicycle Typogram is now printed in 3 colors. A limited edition of 33 prints, hand pulled by me, Aaron Kuehn, as museum quality art specifically for custom framing (to protect the delicate chemistry from the ravages of our harsh planet, and make the formal viewing experience more profound). This edition is

Bicycle Typogram – Printed

Print…print…print. The Bicycle Typogram (original graphic here) is printed. Card, flood, print, pull, dry. Each impression represents a unique moment in time. Registration E tabs, press micro-adjustments, stencil-restricted ink deposits, attempts to make each moment an exact replica – the tick tock of a perfect clock. But perfection is not easily reproduced. {click image for

Bicycle Typogram

Ride…ride…ride.