Type On Colfax || .01 || Sans Serif


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Denver is a pretty amazing city architecturally speaking, in a lot of ways it seems to be stuck in this mid-century ultra modern funk where you can drive down the street and see houses straight from the Jetsons or 007. I’m personally a fan of it, in a lot of ways I think Denver is a child of true design. Growing up on the east coast the urban landscapes are truly historic and modern design in architecture is a rare sight, so I notice the difference in Denver. One of the first things I noticed when I strolled Colfax for the first time, apart from crackheads were signs with unique and well designed typography.

Here is the first series of Type On Colfax, the San Serifs.

Tommys Thai - San Serif

Breathe Yoga

Calvant Barbershop

Aladdin Liquor

3014 Bar - Russian Sans

Goblins in the Closet


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While back in New England visiting my family this week my sister told me a story about one of her co-workers and her son. Typically I wouldn’t share something like this but it left me on the ground laughing after hearing it.

So it was a typical spring day in Bethlehem, New Hampshire and a mother is driving to the local ball fields to pick up her daughter from softball practice. The mother’s 8 year old son is at home alone as she had expected to be gone for no more than an hour. Before she is able to park the car she receives a call from her son, he’s hysterical.

“Mom, you need to come home now, I found a goblin and I locked it in the closet!”

Like most mothers, she assumes the young boy is playing and there couldn’t really be anything in the closet.

So she replies “Ok, i’m picking up your sister now, i’ll be home soon.”

An hour later she arrives home and her son takes her to the closet which has a chair wedged under the handle as to keep to goblin from escaping.

Still under the assumption that she will open the door to find an empty closet except for few hanging coats, she opens the door.

In the closet staring up at her she finds

…………..a little person, a midget census workers, that the boy locked in the closet out of fear.

Note to all little people who have door to door occupations, beware of all 8 year old boys who are home alone.

Goblins In The Closet

Beware of the goblins in your closet

Disclaimer: This is real, no joke.