Want to make a point? Heehee. Get the Arrow Ring by Kate Johnson and type designer Kevin Dresser. $22 and just in time for holiday gifting. Photographer Steph Goralnick has some great shots of the Arrow Ring in the wild.
Here she is in action, as captured by Andy Clymer, a fine photographer and type designer in his own right.
wow. how picturesque . . . when were you in siberia, steph?
hey indu! it was iceland, actually. equally as chilly though, i imagine.
Cool! That ring looks like it’s made out of the same candy material as a fun stick. Does it come with artificially flavored powder?
Wow.. The rings look great.. :) Don’t they have different styles? :D
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