Andy Warhol would be proud of Swedish hardcore punk band Pissjar. The members created their own experimental typeface. Using urine.
"Printing History" #22 is an exciting issue, especially for its cover story: "An Aesthetic History of the Ouija Board," which surveys the boards' type.
Paul Shaw shines a fresh spotlight on a dozen overlooked and underappreciated typefaces that, for years—and for various reasons—have been kept in the dark.
Bethany Heck shares insights she's learned white creating branding and typographic design work for a broad range of clients.
Paul McNeil is the author of a must-have new book, "The Visual History of Type."
Manchester-based studio Superfried celebrates 10 years of design with experimental typography. We chat with Mark Richardson, who shares the benefits of…
The definition of typography has historically and continuously changed. Perhaps it's time for tattoo artists to be considered typographers.
With a new exhibition on the way, Philippe Apeloig shares some insight into his work.
Nancy Sharon Collins shares some of her research into the history of monograms and ciphers, from hand-drawn collectors items to contemporary creations.
When looking at Lucian Bernhard's specimen sheets today, there is a certain timeless quality that should give young revivalists a few ideas.