Thumbs up for the Vietnamese support.
On the anniversary of the Broadway premiere of A Streetcar Named Desire, LIFE highlights the smoldering ferocity of a 24-year-old Marlon Brando. His Stanley battles with Jessica Tandy’s Blanche in one of the play’s most memorable scenes.
Vail for enRoute.
Vail, CO (2013)
Printing demands a humility of mind, for the lack of which many
of the fine arts are even now floundering in self-conscious and
maudlin experiments. There is nothing simple or dull in achieving the
transparent page. Vulgar ostentation is twice as easy as discipline.
When you realise that ugly typography never effaces itself; you will
be able to capture beauty as the wise men capture happiness by aiming at something else. The ‘stunt typographer’ learns the fickleness of rich men who hate to read. Not for them are long breaths held over serif and kern, they will not appreciate your splitting of hair-spaces. Nobody (save the other craftsmen) will appreciate half your skill. But you may spend endless years of happy experiment in devising that crystalline goblet which is worthy to hold the vintage of the human mind.