I love this lettered quote by Reddit user hojumoju. Their handwriting and formal lettering is perfectly framed with the simple gold border. The white on black makes it especially striking.
This lettering for Park Hill Colorado by Adam Vicarel is gorgeous. I always enjoy seeing in progress work and this one is especially nice. The variety of line weights and letters help it easy to read and include a lot of information in a relatively compact space.
When I'm doing print work, my number one font choice is Garamond. I find it easy to read and I probably have 20 different variations of it on my computer. I try other fonts, especially ones that have web versions, but I come back to Garamond - The Original. The Original Gangsta, that is. At least according to this awesome poster by Michael Lashford.
I'm a huge fan of fancy capital letters and The British Library has this amazing collection in their archives. This is a miniscule selection of almost 9 full pages of gorgeous historiated initials.
Eventually, by Ricardo Ponce – otherwise known as CARGONEBLINA, is a stunning, stippled masterpiece with a tongue-in-cheek reminder that we are are mortal: "You will die" large and up front with "– I mean, eventually." added like an afternote. The whimsical words are countered by the immaculate dots creating a pleasing 3D effect.
I wrote about Rob Draper's work last month and he continues to delight with his clever half "wow" reflected to become whole.