1110 N Milwaukee
Chicago, IL 60642
T26 T26 Digital Type Foundry was established by Carlos Segura in 1994 to promote the development, promotion, and distribution of independent type design. Since then, T26 has become the largest independent source for new and innovative fonts offering a library of over 2000 individual styles comprised of over 600 families. With award winning promotional designs by its parent company Segura Inc., T26 has maintained its relevance with a dedication to the broader integration of typography with graphic design, fine art, and popular visual culture.
Cartype A comprehensive study and collection of reviews and typographical applications of emblems, car company logos and car logos with images, comments, links, car company information and general interest.
Biketype A website featuring a comprehensive collection of emblems, bike company histories, logos, typographical & graphical reviews, design features and just about anything that is bike related.
Mototype A comprehensive study and collection of reviews and typographical applications of emblems, motorcycle company logos and motorcycle logos with images, comments, links, motorcycle company information and general interest.
Hatch Heaven It's just for fun but we just love hatchbacks.
Streets Of Sadness Many of us are affected by the current financial situation, and for some of us, the first time we've had to think about making ends meet. The Streets Of Sadness effort attempts to shed light on those who've had it bad for a long time. The signs displayed here tell a heartbreaking story of each individual's life, all encapsulated into a cheap little cardboard message.
5inch We offered pre-designed, silk-screened blank CDRs, DVDs and trigger cases as unique as the data put on them, but after 10 years (from 2002 to 2012) we've decided to focus on our other ventures and shut it down.
For recording artists, they used 5inch discs as demos of their most recent audio excursions. Designers, artists and photographers used the discs to showcase their portfolios and were also ideal for MP3s, video and multimedia presentations, photo albums, file transfers and data backup.
Each disc was printed in a limited run. (think of it as... "we did to blank discs what Swatch® did to watches"). Once the design was gone, it is gone for good. New designs were printed and posted on a regular basis. We also carried solid color and even "clear" CDRs, DVDRs trigger cases in a variety of styles and colors, disc hubs, various storage items and t-shirts.