Type, Type Everywhere

…and its pretty amazing.

So to continue from yesterday’s post, I wanted to share with all of you a series of photos that I took while I was still at Bannack. I really enjoy typography, learning about it, seeing interesting images of only type, and learning about the history of different type faces. In fact, one of the classes that I am currently taking has been focusing on finding type in unlikely places. So I decided that I was going to take advantage of the hundred year history of the ghost town to find as many different types of type as I could. I don’t really have as much to say about each one like yesterday, so if you have questions, leave a comment and I will answer them! My next post should be Monday, so look forward to it!!

Cole’s Air Tight Furnace
Kimball Upright Grand Piano
Monarch Oven
Montana Licence Plate
The Bartlett Sewing Machine
The Koken Barbor’s Chair
The United States Rubber Company stamp wood burned into a crate
Vinegar Barrel

 

 

 

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