Hipstelvetica is an experimental display font family. It was created as a personal project by José Gomes creative director from Barcelona, Spain. Inspired by the legendary helvetica design, it’s anew interpretation for hipsters. As his first iteration into typography design and it’s completely free for both personal and commercial use.
We love this beautifully clever piece of street art recently created by Spanish artist Pejac. He found a section of wall that had been damaged by a car accident, which exposed some of the brick wall behind the facade, and altered it to appear as though a paper plane was miraculously bursting through the bricks and flying off into the darkness behind them.