studiotwentysix2 prints

It’s hard to accurately describe my love of pancakes. If I were a four-year-old, I’d just hold my arms really far apart and say “THIS MUCH.” They’re my favorite breakfast food (outside of breakfast tacos, but only in certain cities), and if you add chocolate chips? Forget about it. These typographic prints from studiotwentysix2 showcase some of the studio’s most popular work. You can guess which one is my favorite, but you can also check out the full range online and shop right here. Thanks, Tom! xo, grace

  1. The pancake does look delicious, but you had me at condensed. White space isn’t so bad either. Great post!

  2. These are cool, looking forward to checking out more of their work.

    Pancakes… Mmmm (with blueberries).

  3. Pancakes are my favorite breakfast food of all time as well…delicious! These are really interesting and unique. I love them!

  4. Christina says:

    These are great! I love me a good pun and typo, too. Both combined, gorgeous!

  5. Meg says:

    I loved the book card one until I got to the fine print at the bottom, describing libraries as “mean.” Um, dude? That image is going to appeal primarily to librarians and library lovers — I’m thinking you may want to rethink the addendum!

  6. These are very playful and inventive!


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