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they say this was one of Elvis”s faves along with vaseline…
"When the pomades were starting to get used as a hair product crushed apples became a part of the formula to masque the sometimes rancid smell, that’s where the word pomade comes from, the french word Pomme meaning apple." Schorem barbers
Desde ayer estamos ocupados con la noticia de que la FIFA investigará la posibilidad de sancionar a las selecciones de México y Brasil por los gritos de “puto” que se escucharon desde las gradas durante el partido del martes pasado. La sanción podría llegar a retirar los puntos que la selección…
Self-published artists’ books and zines from the xerox generations of the late 70s, 80s and early 90s closely parallel the sensibility of independent music labels of the time, especially the alternate distribution networks created by these labels and the zine culture around their music and shows. Here’s one overlap found in the archive of Franklin Furnace here at MoMA Library - the first two newsletters (1984-85?) by K Records (Calvin Johnson & co.) of Olympia WA - “The K cassette revolution is exploding the teenage underground into passionate revolt against the corporate ogre since 1982.”
Layering of individual styles forms the basis for the sans typeface Clown.
The font family comprises 18 various styles that precisely fit together. Simply cover one style over another to create over 150 original typefaces to freshen up your work. Clown is a striking headline font that would work well for a retro-style café, bar or club and evokes the style of a Wild West saloon. A similarly decorated typeface was popular for decorating posters and advertisements in the early 19th century.
The font family contains uppercase letters and diacritics for most Latin languages, figures, arrows and currency symbols.