A font designed to be unable to be read via OCR (Optical Character Recognition):
The name ZXX comes from the Library of Congress' Alpha-3 ISO 639-2 — codes for the representation of names of languages. ZXX is used to declare No linguistic content; Not applicable.
Free Open Type Font to open up governments.
You can find out more (and download the font yourself) at the project’s page here
i don’t even get angry anymore everything bad that happens just makes me sigh and feel tired
apparently there’s an important episode of football on this weekend
Donald Glover (via perfect)
Linking to this article with the full note for reference.
Vintage War-Time Posters Promoting American Libraries
It’s fascinating to take a look through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's collection of posters and propaganda from the American Library Association, an organization founded in 1876 and still going strong in its quest to make libraries—both physical and digital—cultural hubs for learning and leisure.
Lots of the images on file are from efforts to increase book donations from civilians during WWI, then later from the Victory Book Campaign during WWII (anyone particularly interested should check out the the posts over at Books For Victory, which has some great background info).
I’m reshooting these sculptures. Here’s a taste.