Creative Cloud customers now have access to 665 new fonts from 41 different type families, thanks to new additions from Monotype. Many of these fonts were designed in the earlier 20th century and have since inspired a number of other typefaces in turn, which makes them valuable to have in your design toolkit. They’ve also seen […]
Created by artist Gordon Young and designer Andy Altman of Why Not Associates, that brought us the Comedy Carpet, this piece is again based on the ground, created from granite that over the next few years will reach a whopping 300m in length. Instead of gags, the piece will display a list of cargo goods that have made their way […]
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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 […]
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 […]
In this video by 2 ESAD students, Célio Pires e Katherine Silvestre, you can see a glimpse of RIcardo Santos process on typography.
“Unique Types is a special collection of fonts inspired by children suffering from physical disabilities. Each font is created under the Creative Common license and is free of rights and limitations on use.” The idea of this project is to inspire designers, typographers and digital artists challenging them to create unique fonts inspired by children […]
For the celebration of its 20th birthday Fontshop as created an excellent inforgraphic document. Let me remind also that this is growing for the next weeks.
We would like to thanks all the participants, visitors and collaborators for the work that they’ve done until this moment, a special thanks to Hype For Type for the collaboration in the typeface competition that was a very nice surprise. The winner was Shane Bzdok which you can a small biography in the next lines. […]
Here is my first attempt with typographic stop motion. Hope you like it. [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/9VS4SsBl9oQ” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /]
This is a project of Evan Stremke, a poster where he lays down the Rules of Typography, not only this is a great reminder to have on any design studio but it’s also free for download.