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That Japanese Woodcut (and Happy Birthday, Mac!)

That Japanese Woodcut (and Happy Birthday, Mac!)

January 24, 2016: A few weeks ago, I went with my family to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (a.k.a. MIA) to see the Delacroix show. While we were there, we took in another exhibit about Japanese woodcuts from the 20th century. The Delacroix show was pretty great, but the woodcut exhibit made more of an impression on me...

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My First Real Computers

My First Real Computers

February 11, 2012: This entry is probably going to date me quite a bit. What I consider to be my first real computer was the Atari 400, which I bought in 1982...

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Studio Tour

Studio Tour

You might wonder: Where does a type designer like me spend his days? Do I have a fancy office in a skyscraper in downtown Saint Paul? Do I have a receptionist? An H.R. department? Interns? An espresso bar? None of that. I work by myself out of a repurposed back bedroom in a modest 1920s-era bungalow in the quiet residential Saint Paul neighborhood of Saint Anthony Park. Let me show you around...

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