Letters are skewed so they appear vertical when the stone is on an angle. On the other side of the hill they are backslanted.
Now that’s a bold headstone. Nothing on the other side.
Hans Roericht, TC stackable tableware, 1958/59. This was his thesis project at Ulm. A version was later used by Lufthansa. As seen in Ulm 12, 1965. Thanks to @camillebbrown for the @letterformarchive staff salon!
My niece and I were hanging out in her backyard when she stumbled on this key buried in the garden. After my own heart she wondered aloud, “I wonder how old this is…” I suggested we ask @Quora. 3 hours later we had an answer from a locksmith: 1950s–70s. Cool Uncle points achieved!
Adobe-Japan character sets include important characters like ⚽️. Jiyukobi specimen, brought home by @ainat_ and @frankrolf.