from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act, process, or art of forming letters.
- n. Letters inscribed, as on a sign.
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- v. Present participle of letter.
- n. Written, especially printed, text.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or business of making, or marking with, letters, as by cutting or painting.
- n. The letters made.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of stamping or marking with letters.
- n. The letters impressed or marked upon anything; any inscription, as on a signboard, coin, or tombstone.
- n. Specifically, in bookbinding, the act or process of affixing the alphabetical letters to the notched front margin of an indexed book; also, the addition of the name of the book on its back.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. letters inscribed (especially words engraved or carved) on something
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I love this poster because of the great photo they use and the elegant interaction of the title lettering around the characters, especially Tilda Swinton.
The lines in the title lettering are reminiscent of the titling used for the TV series M.A.S.H.
There is something about seeing the screen compressed into the size of a playing card which gives a distinctive, piercing vividness to the frozen images, particularly the title lettering, which at this size almost seems to glow or scintillate, like an optical illusion.
The logos for Warner Brothers and the other participating studios appear on screen covered in playful scrawls and doodles, and the title lettering comes up in a friendly, wavering kid-script.
I always loved the title lettering in the HB comics.
So, as you can see, even if you were to print the title lettering yourself and make the photo frames out of scrap paper … you would still be paying $1.18 minimum for the hand scrapped page and compare that to the max digital page and you only have 4¢ difference.
More appealing for English readers with the Eiffel Tower maybe, but the lettering is a bit weird …
The lettering is behind me, but I think again that it will be a bit more legible with a couple more rows of garter stitch on top of it.
As you can see, the lettering is really too big for the bush.