I’m a sucker for a chunky serif so when I saw this lovely specimen used in the updated masthead for Makeshift magazine designed by studio Rifle, it was love at first site. Clearface was originally designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1907 for American Type Founders and was enhanced in 1978 when ITC commissioned Victor Caruso to add additional weights and italics.
I recently traveled to Costa Rica, rented a car and toured a big loop that took us from the interior to the Pacific coast and back. The country—especially the forest—is a place of indescribable beauty and friendly people. I took these shots on our drive down from the Poás Volcano crater. We were coming down the mountain and suddenly found ourselves enveloped in a thick, dense fog. I couldn’t resist pulling over to get some shots.
Sharing some long exposure shots I took at last year's Lonestar Rod & Kustom Round Up. I just love the way these turned out and would have taken dozens more if my camera battery hadn't died. Taken with a Canon Rebel T2i.