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I had no idea I was standing next to a piece of history when I visited the Buchstabenmuseum in Berlin
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October 21 - Issue #6

Type Mafia

Hi! I’m Gerben Dollen, smart capo at @TypeMafia. I really enjoy sharing my on- and offline observations. Every now and then I write my musings on design, typography in particular, and other interesting things I come across.

I had no idea I was standing next to a piece of history when I visited the Buchstabenmuseum in Berlin last summer. AEG’s new logo might be a fine piece of typography, however, I find the oldie a lot more distinctive and personal. What do you think? Shame, no?

Recommended reading
Footnotes: the brand new periodical researching type design
What makes you click
Ethics around design that makes you click
The illusion of control thanks to placebo buttons
Event
Public information design lecture by Edward Tufte
That’s all this week
I hope you enjoyed this issue as usual. I might need some nurturing, though. Are you liking the articles so far? What type of content would you like to see more — or better less?
Just hit the reply button to let me know. I won’t fool you.
Thanks,
Gerben
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