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April 14, 2004 9:44 PM   Subscribe

Hypulp is a new effort by Paul Baron (recently profiled in Wired.com and TheFeature) and Paulus Dreibholz which "documents the influence of the internet on print design." Although only a few weeks old, discussions on the site include the use of web fonts in print, barcodes linking to online content, and other topics in that milieu.
posted by gen (1 comment total)

 
I love that someone picked up on the web fonts that are screen specific showing up in print. It really sticks out like a sore thumb when you see a giant headline in bloated, blocky verdana on a printed page. It makes me cringe, especially at large sizes. Georgia does look surprisingly nice at large headline sizes when printed though.
posted by mathowie at 9:57 PM on April 14, 2004


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