best ofweekly wrap up

Best of the Web

by Grace Bonney

After a week of paging through all of the incredible entries in the #DSLettering Hashtag Challenge, I’m ready to head out for the weekend and take some pictures of my own. From old movie theater signs and gold lettering in shop fronts to hand-lettered stationery and pasta packaging, you all have shared some truly beautiful lettering moments. This one above, from Sofia Tome, is one of my favorites so far. It’s hard to resist an ivy-covered building in the West Village, let alone the delicate gold writing on the doors. This is a dream home of the highest degree. I’m off to snap some photos, but I’ll see you on Monday. Have a wonderful weekend! xo, grace



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  • Not going to lie, I was expecting a birthday post from Grace this week. But I loved the #nojudgment article along with the Father’s Day post! I’ve lived away from family for a while now and I’m finally moving back to where I want to be. I’m sure Design Sponge will still be part or my daily routine there, but thank you for making me feel connected and part of a community when I’ve felt the lack thereof these past couple years. Keep up the good work. :)

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