10 August 2012

Je t'aime: typography

Lovers of great letters can go to Paris to have fun,
but there are many other places where romance has surfaced.

This script graces an otherwise disgraceful public toilet.
I'd love to turn it into a font, called  Je t'aime, or Joie.

There's something about Je t'aime though. 
It can dance with many partners, beautifully.


Adam Browne said...

but isnt that perfect? isnt that what love is, beautiful lettering uncertainly calligraphed onto the wall of a disgraceful toilet?

also - have you seen these flowers - frumesetea? - https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/426948_225237104238192_131291716966065_425922_181292749_n.jpg

anna tambour said...

Isn't it good that there is such a variation of what we see as perfect?

And ooh, what's the story about those flowers?

Anonymous said...

just a picture that was on facebook, and I thought you'd be interested, although it looks a bit more prim than the flora you usually favour...

and the graffito is perfect at least in the wabi sabi sense...