37. Nice Type
If you like your typography to move then Nice Type is a splendid source of inspiration. It's curated by Matthew Buchanan, who scours Vimeo for the best examples of motion typography and kinetic type animation, and posts them on this great-looking Tumblr.
Typography is everywhere and like most creatives, we love to see it in all its glory. Typostrate is a blog linked to a slick website about type and the endless array of things you can do with it. Showcasing the passion and power of typography, the blog's content and pictures are taken care of by Christian Goldemann.
Into hand lettering? The Art of Hand Lettering Tumblr offers a varied, inspiring collection of lettering projects in a range of different styles. From Tobias Hall to Johnny Cupcakes, you’ll find all sorts here.
F**k Yeah Typography is a celebration of all things type, collated by a type-lover. If you've never really 'got' typography, then this is the blog to change your mind. The blog features appreciation of new and unique fonts, while also showcasing 'how-it-was-made' videos. There's also some cheeky banter thrown in for good measure – including a dig at Helvetica. Each to their own!
Curated by Aaron Eiland, TypeToy is an archive of graphical finds from all over the place, with minimal descriptions. Featuring a mixture of retro and contemporary design, bold typography is key to many of the images saved.
42. Font Police
Oh, how others can get it so wrong with fonts. Here, the Font Police gets it right with a dig at those cringe-worthy offenders that make even the most laid-back scream at the screen in astonishment.
Most typographers would never dream of committing such horrific crimes but do yourself a favour and check this out before you get designing. This is one blog you wouldn't want to be featured on!
43. Good typography
As you can probably tell, this blog is pretty self-explanatory. Created by Costa Rican Ricardo, Good Typography concentrates on well, good typography. It's a neat little accumulation of type from around the web that's a perfect solution to any inspirational woes. Sometimes, he'll even comment on why he likes them – only if you're lucky, though.
44. Type worship
One of the largest type and lettering blogs, with a following of over 230,000 type enthusiasts, Type Worship is also now a Kickstarter-funded book. It's run by former head of design at Microsoft-turned-typographer Jamie Clarke, who has a fair few strings to his bow.
As Tumblr blogs go, this is a cracker, and Type Worship showcases Jamie's love of all things typography (and he picks some really good ones) as well as reviews and interviews with typography designers. It's perfect example of how typography should be done.
45. NYC Type
Luke Connolly likes New York and what better way is there to express that love than by photographing its best typography? While walking around the city, Luke takes out his Nikon D700 and clicks away at any lettering that takes his fancy.
He features all five boroughs of New York, which means that the blog features a colourful expansion of every kind of typography you could ever wish for. Ok, maybe not every kind, but the whole of New York is a pretty good start!