Everyone needs a little milk money...and everyone needs to have a little fun with type. (Provided you know what "type" is—and if you don't, you're not permitted to have fun with it). Typography is both a wonderful attribute of, and an essential component of design.
So tonight during my weekly search for freelance, I stopped mid-stream to create a cutesy-poopsy logotype for my moonlighting alter-ego, "Milk Money," or "Milk$" respectively.
After you're finished reading this, you should hop on over to House Industries to check out a kick-ass type foundry based out of Brooklyn, NY. Here's why you should check them out (no, they haven't paid me to link to their site).
"Known throughout the world as a prolific type foundry, House Industries has made a considerable impact on the world of design. House Industries fonts scream from billboards, wish happy whatever from tens of thousands of greeting cards, serve as the basis for consumer product logos and add elements of style to a wide range of mainstream media...Their typography deftly melds cultural, musical and graphic elements. From early forays into distressed digital alphabets to sophisticated type and lettering systems, House Industries’ work transcends graphic conventions and reaches out to a broad audience."