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Casino Typography

Casino Typography Fonts for a casino marquee Typography is more than an art—it’s actually a science. In fact, research on the subject has revealed that choices in font style, letter spacing, font size, font color, and line spacing sparks various reactions from readers. According to Voltage New Media which published the study, typeface affects readability, […]

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Typesetting TV – Episodes 1&2

Typesetting TV is a web-based documentary series highlighting graphic designers and the cities in which they live. Here is Episode 1: There are few designers with a more unique story than Austrian designer Elisabeth Kopf. From working as a taxi driver in Vienna, to becoming a self taught photographer in Hong Kong, her path towards […]


Flyer & Fold

Darren Nguyen created a flyer that goes along with the folding theme of the 20 FOLD BFA Graphic Design Show. The idea was to connect all the information together by creating one simple fold. This flyer has two folds (front and back) and has four different views, all with different information. Fonts used are Futura […]


Valentina and 99 more free fonts

Valentina typeface is a lovely tribute to Pedro Arilla‘s grandmother in the form of typography and therefore bears her name. Valentina is a classic didone that follows some of the canons proposed by Bodoni in the eighteenth century but incorporates many of the characteristics of the antique Spanish punches of the time. It is a complete […]


Calligraphy by Luca Barcellona

Luca Barcellona is a very skilled calligrapher from Milan, where he owns his studio and teaches calligraphy with the Associazione Calligrafica Italiana. His work really embraces the talent of an ancient art, making it coexist with our digital era, in a fresh and reliable approach. Fraktur writing for the Legacy of Letters italian tour, organize by […]

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MA Contemporary Typographic Media

MA Contemporary Typographic Media is a one-year, full time postgraduate course at the London College of Communication. It offers the opportunity to investigate visible language through the intensive study of typography. The programme is nationally and internationally unique in its provision, taking a broad multi-disciplinary and exploratory approach to both the design of type and […]