A review of Why You Can Build it Like That, written by John Zukowsky.
Author Archives: Thomas Rettig
Promising ideas that I’m in love with.
Many English science books exist comic strips, but it’s still quite rare to see that in the Chinese language. This book does a fine job, I think.
Singapore at Random
Singapore At Random: A book on all things Singaporean.
Talking about the two types of ligatures: Discretionary (the bold one), and “Default” (the subtle yet immensely helpful one). Plus, I discuss about ligatures in Chinese typography.
Lang Lang: Playing with Flying Keys
The trials and tribulations of Lang Lang, summed up in this compellingly-written autobiography.
The Worst Websites (Ever)
Within are seven featured websites. But these are not ordinary ones — these are the World’s worst. Let’s dig in!
My Top 4 Google Fonts
Here, I round up my Top 5 Google Fonts, because selecting good fonts on Google can be tricky. Read on!
I’ve just found Stylistic Alternates on Word!
Finding new features on Word is just pleasing.
A great compilation of sketchbooks owned by various typographers.
And Then There Were None
A classic, bonafide whodunit.