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I keep telling my students: if you use your hands, your feet, your penis or your moonbeam, it doesn't matter as long as the final result has that look about it, that, you know, excites me. — Tony DiSpigna

As the entire quote by Tony goes: 

“When you get something that has spirit and soul in a drawing or a piece of lettering, or typography and you want a beautifully tailored, hand-crafted look or a design that expresses spirit and soul in—which is something very difficult to do with type and letterform—frankly, I don’t care how you do it. I keep telling my students: if you use your hands, your feet or your penis or your moonbeam, it doesn’t matter as long as the final result has that look about it, that, you know, excites me.”

— Tony DiSpigna

Right on, Tony. Keep the good vibes going. And thank you for all you’ve done for the type community over the years. You and Herb Lubalin are #typelegends forever!

View the video where Tony quotes this (min.27:00) here.