“AUKC Dancing At A Philadelphia 76ers Game” and “Home Meet Shirts” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!
Arcadia University’s dance club, Knight Club, took a group of their most passionate and enthusiastic dancers to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, to dance during a Philadelphia 76ers basketball game. Together, the team got to do what they love and enjoy a home-team win in their stylish, custom t-shirts!
The club gymnasts at the University of Illinois call themselves the Flippin’ Illini. They hosted a home meet recently and made custom tanks and t-shirts to fit the Superhero theme. The home meet is the biggest fundraiser of the year, helping to fund the team and coaches. Over $200 were raised from shirt sales alone and the group nearly sold out of shirts!
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At CustomInk we love custom designs, and a lot of times that includes fonts! What you might not know is that fonts, or typefaces, are created by typographers and are an art form in their own right. We’ve chosen some of our favorite fonts to feature here on our blog.
To help you understand them a little bit better, we’re doing Q&As with their creators. Here we meet Ben Kiel, the typographer behind Girard Slab. Ben runs Typefounding, a typeface design and production studio in Saint Louis, Missouri.
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Having trouble coming up with a programming team name for your development group, software engineering team, or upcoming hackathon? Check out our list below for some inspiration. Pick your favorite or come up with your own and add it to one of customizable t-shirts. It’s a fun way to build morale and unite your programming team!
Clever Programming Team Names
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Mind the gap! Does Gill Sans look familiar? It’s widely popular for it’s use across all British railways. The iconic font was created by Eric Gill for the Monotype Corporation. Interestingly enough, Gill Sans is considered both modern and classical thanks to it’s perfect blend of classic serif types and Roman inscriptions.
Our Font of the Week images are created by Emily Clark, an Expert Production Artist at CustomInk and a self-declared font addict. Font of the Week fuels Emily’s passion to research and learn more about beloved typefaces like Gill Sans. What font should Emily feature next? Sound off in the comments below!