2020
 

So that’s it folks. Twenty Twenty-twentys in twenty days. I hope you enjoyed seeing them as much as we enjoyed making them. I can’t imagine that 2021 will be nearly as fun. We may have to wait until 2222 or 3030 to give this another try.

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2020
 

Do you need a custom logo, clever copy or a really cool 2020 to promote your business or next event? How about a new website, brochure or a brand refresh? Give us a call so we can talk it over. I don’t have to remind you that one good, well-designed image is worth a thousand words.

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2020
 


Typography isn't just for body copy! Typographic illustrators arrange type on a page based upon the style and appearance of letters, numbers, and symbols to create appealing graphic design. They consider the visual appearance of each letter, or numbers in this case, to make up a word. Take a look at this clever use of lettering to create a fun piece of art. This illustration of 2020 was created with Ed Roth’s "Rat Fink" in mind.

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2020
 

Ten Fun Font Facts: 
1. Guttenburg printed the first Bible in a font known as Textura. 
2. The Declaration of Independence was printed in Caslon. Ironically, Caslon was 
a popular British font. 
3. Vincent Connare created Comic Sans for Microsoft in 1994. Much to his own chagrin. 
4. Steve Jobs took a calligraphy class at Reed College, which inspired him to including many fonts choices on the first Mac computers. 
5. IKEA switched from Futura to Verdana in 2009. People were not happy. 
6. Three of the most readable fonts are: Bembo, Bodoni and Garamond. 
7. Italics was invented by an Italian. 
8. The ampersand (&) is a combination of the letters ‘e’ and ‘t’— because ‘et’ is Latin for ‘and’. 
9. The interrobang (‽) is a punctuation mark combining the question mark & exclamation point. 
10. Two of the most universal fonts of all time, Helvetica and Univers, were both created in Switzerland in 1957. Helvetica is Latin for ‘Switzerland.’

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2020
 

Type comes in all shapes and styles, and with a little clever manipulation it can form the foundation for a memorable logo. How well is your brand working? Is your logo and logotype interesting and memorable? Are you proud to promote your business with it? Do your employees feel good about promoting your brand? Let’s talk about how your logo, brand and marketing materials can work harder for you.

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Yesterday was a very special occasion — the date was a palindrome, meaning it is the same when read forward and backward. It was February 2, 2020, or 02/02/2020, in both the MM/DD/YYYY format and the DD/MM/YYYY format. At just after 2 a.m., it was 02:02:20 on 02/02/2020. This is the only time such a date will occur this century. The previous palindrome date in all formats came 909 years ago on 11/11/1111. The next will come in 101 years on 12/12/2121 and after that there will not be another until 03/03/3030. A palindrome is any word, phrase or sequence of numbers that reads the same whether you read it forward or backward, such as “mom,” “race car” or “tacocat.” Author James Joyce invented “tattarrattat,” which is supposed to be the sound of a knock on the door and the longest single-word palindrome in the Oxford English Dictionary. Famous palindromes include “rats live on no evil star,” “never odd or even” and “a man, a plan, a canal, Panama.” Palindrome comes from the Greek words “palin,” which means “again, back” and “dromos,” meaning “running,” according to Dictionary.com. So palindrome is a word or phrase that runs back on itself.

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Have you ever heard of Angel Numbers? The phenomena of ‘Number Sequences,’ sometimes known as ‘Angel Numbers’ is becoming more and more prevalent every day. Number 2020 brings together the energies and attributes of number 2 and number 0, both appearing twice, amplifying their influences. Number 2 resonates with the vibrations and attributes of service and duty, balance and harmony, adaptability and diplomacy, co-operation and consideration, receptivity and love. Number 0 carries the energies of the ‘God’ force and Universal Energies, and reinforces the vibrations of the numbers it appears with. Angel Number 2020 encourages you to display compassion, diplomacy, consideration and adaptability as you passionately serve others 
in your day to day life. Wouldn’t the world be a better place if everyone lived by this? 

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215-885-2756.

 


 


2020
 

How well is your brand working in 2020? Is your logo or logotype interesting and memorable? 

Are you proud to promote your business with it? Do your employees feel the same way? Let’s talk about how your logo and brand can find new life and make the impression you 
had always hoped for this year.

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2020
 

Typography is the art and technique of arranging type. It is central to the skills of a graphic designer and is about much more than making the words legible. Your choice of typeface and how it works with your layout, grid, color scheme and so on will make the difference between a good, bad and great design. 

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2020
 

The Gregorian calendar is the calendar used in most of the world. It is named after Pope Gregory XIII, who introduced it in October 1582. The calendar was developed as a correction to the Julian calendar, shortening the average year by 0.0075 days to stop the drift of the calendar with respect to the equinoxes. The calendar spaces leap years to make the average year 365.2425 days long, approximating the 365.2422-day tropical year that is determined by the Earth’s revolution around the Sun. The rule for leap years is: every year that is exactly divisible by four is a leap year (2020 is a leap year) except for years that are exactly divisible by 100, but these centurial years are leap years if they are exactly divisible by 400. For example, the years 1700, 1800, and 1900 are not leap years, but the years 1600 and 2000 are. 

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2020
 

“Typography is an art. Good typography IS Art.” Paul Rand

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2020
 

Type comes in all shapes and styles, and with a little clever manipulation or arranging it can be shaped into a memorable logo. How well is your brand working in 2020? Is your logo or logotype interesting and memorable? Are you proud to promote your business with it? Do your employees feel the same way? Let’s talk about how your logo and brand can find new life and make the impression you had always hoped for this year. 

Call Dana to discuss your branding or to see samples of our latest work. 215-885-2756.

 

 

 

 

 

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