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January 31, 2012

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Very cool. Who doesn't love great typography?

Certain fonts make me weak in the knees! Such a calendar might overcome me completely and never allow me to get from one month to another!

I, too, have been using the Studio Hinrichs typography calendar for the past few years. As a matter of fact, I have kept all the calendar pages!

I'm a designer, and I, too, love typography. Gertrude-and-Alice sure is fun!

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