Attention design geeks: NYC Type, a new website currently being funded on Kickstarter, hopes to document the city’s rich history and cultural landscape–through its typography. “NYC Type is a collaborative project that both celebrates and immortalizes these graphic forms,” writes Matthew Anderson, the site’s creator. “More than a repository of urban ephemera, it is a digital platform that aspires to be historically beneficial, a hub where people collectively explore, document and share contextual graphic content of common significance.” The site will take the form of a collaborative gallery, in which “each contributor offers a unique vantage point, and over time a larger picture is assembled, rich with variety and detail.” Anderson has raised $1,407 of his $10,000 goal thus far, with 18 days of funding to go.