The definition of typography has historically and continuously changed. Perhaps it's time for tattoo artists to be considered typographers.
As we gear up for today's Typography & Lettering Awards deadline, we're celebrating by pulling together our most popular lettering and typography articles.
Discover the amazing lettering work of Gemma O'Brien, deemed one of PRINT's 15 best creatives working today under 30.
Typography & Lettering Inspiration from Mary Kate McDevitt “It just has to feel right. If I look at a piece and something’s a bit off, it throws me. That could mean an unbalanced composition, kinks in the swashes or flourishes, or wonkiness in the letters when the style calls for something more technically proficient....
As we gear up for the next Print Typography & Lettering Awards, we can't help but drool over some of our favorite handlettered projects from last year.
Meet Chicago-based Designer of the Week Jen Marquez, a designer and hand-letterer who can frequently be found sharing hand-lettered pieces with the world.
Having received so many amazing typeface designs, typographically driven work and handlettered pieces over the past two years, our Type & Lettering Awards are back!
"Outstanding.” “Innovative.” “Surprisingly different.” This is how Dr. Shelley Gruendler, founder of TypeCamp, describes this year’s Type & Lettering Award winners. View them here!
Designer of the Week Ian Barnard has a passion for typography & lettering, and it shows in all his creations. Read on for hand-lettering inspiration!
Paul Shaw breaks down the crucial differences between handlettering and typography.