Graphic design isn't just for grown-ups; over the past few years, we've seen the birth of Anorak (opens in new tab) – a design magazine aimed at kids – with the team expanding launching new products Cagoule (opens in new tab) and DOT (opens in new tab) thanks to Anorak's success.
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The Typefaces is a new book from Singapore based designer and illustrator Scott Lambert (opens in new tab) that aims to celebrate playful products for kids and kids-at-heart. "Inspired by letterpress printing and childlike observations, The Typefaces are simply faces in type," Lambert explains.
"They were born in a book, grew up in a comic and can now be found wondering the streets, climbing the walls, tweeting their mouths off, and spending all their time on the world wide interweb." Produced as a hard-back book as well as a commuter friendly newspaper, The Typefaces will bring out the creative kid in you.
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