Here's part 2 of the gift guide for the typography lover on your holiday list.
It's a bit longer than last week's typography gift list because I wanted to make sure you didn't have to pay extra for rush shipping!
Clock Two by Biegert & Funk
This beautiful clock is a total splurge ($995) that goes into my “I wish I could afford” list.
It comes in a variety of colors including steel as well as multiple language.
Available at Suite New York
Personalized Rubber Stamps
I love the variety of these rubber stamp designs. Below are some of my favorites and I'm trying to decide which one to buy!
Available at Paper Wink.
Ready Made Bus Scrolls
These ready made bus scrolls must be ordered by Monday, December 6th.
Available in TransitDesign's Etsy shop.
Golden Rule Poster by Studio on Fire
Love the results of this father and son collaboration. Letterpress printed.
Available at Studio on Fire.
Typodarium 2011 Tear-off Calendar
365 fonts by 140 Foundries and Designers.
Fun! Available at Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz.
Chicago Transit T-Shirts
I tweeted about this not too long ago (I think) and thought this would be worth sharing again.
Buy a transit t-shirt here.
Minimalist Kraft Calendar
Ask about personalizing the message on the cover.
Available in her Etsy Shop.
Laptop and Computer Stickers
“There’s no reason to keep a laptop plugged in after it’s been charged.”
(or) “Go back to your crayons. Switch off when you leave.”
There are several more options. See the selection and buy from Hu2 Design.
Via Bit Rebels
House Industries Script Black Cycling Jersey
Got a cyclist in your life? I saw this jersey at a race here in Portland earlier this spring and it's hot.
They come in black or white; 100% Merino Wool.
Buy it at House Industries.
Fontbook by FontShop International
The newest version came out a year or two ago (?) and is a type lovers encyclopedia.
Read more about the Fontbook here.
Available at Fontshop
Numbers Placemat Set by Veer
These fun placemats are made of polyester felt and comes as a set of 4.
Purchase them at Veer.
Kit Hindrichs 365 Typography 2011 Calendar & the Stendig Calendar
Yea, I know, the Stendig calendar image reads, ‘2010’ but the copy on the site says 2011 so I recommend getting in touch with the shop to make sure because they don't issue refunds or returns on calendars.
I have received Pentagram’s 365 Typography Calendar last Christmas and love it.
See the options and buy one at Ken Knight's shop.