I bought a pack of these 1" high, gold, Helvetica Font, Peel & Stick Vinyl Uppercase Letters from Staples a few years back. They can be used for almost anything. And they stick to any surface, too. *[Use on paper, glass, metal, plastic].
JP Williams gave this brass stencil set to me many years ago. He ALWAYS has something interesting to show or share and has given me several of his unique finds. Thanks JP. *[See a similar set for sale here.]
by John Baldessari, is a seriesof photographic images placed alongside adjectives such as “noble”, “kind”, “troubled”, or "jolly" -- which establishes the various possibilities of image and language as two forms of communication. *. I like it.
Below are pages from a vintage 1969 Peanuts Date Book I won on Ebay. It is filled with scenes from Peanuts including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, and Lucy. Colorful & classic. *[Pick-up a 1964 version OR a 1966 one online.]
Damn Everything but the Circus by Corita Kent is an alphabet using various quotes she found inspirational and relevant at the time. Corita was a nun and artist during the '60s and taught at the Immaculate Heart College in L.A. *[Buckminster Fuller described a visit to her classroom as "among the most fundamentally inspiring experiences" of his life.] Nice!
Some of these 1-color business cards have been sitting in a jar on a shelf for many years. A few of these businesses are no longer in NYC (AD HOC + Ordning & Reda). My favorite card, St. Luke's Thrift Shop, was passed along to me by my friend Erik. *[Thanks!]