When looking at Lucian Bernhard's specimen sheets today, there is a certain timeless quality that should give young revivalists a few ideas.
Swiss designer Dafi Kühne has been boldly breaking the rules of letterpress for years. Check out his latest book True Type.
You probably know P22 Type Foundry, home to the award-winning typeface Marcel, with more than 1,300 glyphs and companion fonts. But did you know that Marcel was a real person?
In this issue, we dive into the turning tides of typography. Hear from a broad range of voices advocating for classicism vs. flexibility in the type world.
A new book by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson celebrates designers who have broken the rules of typography, with amazing results.
The latest font from Louise Fili Ltd, Montecatini, draws inspiration from the elegant Stile Liberty travel posters of Italy in the early 1900s
Pablo Medina discusses his new Brooklyn-inspired typeface, Dekalb.
Ellen Lupton: Curator, director of a graphic design MFA program, author, design critic, lecturer, DIY advocate and AIGA Gold Medalist.
Nancy Sharon Collins explores the fascinating history of Monotype’s Sackers typefaces, designed in the 1970s by the stationery engraver Garrett “Gary” Sackers.
Dan Rhatigan took the time to tell us everything we needed to know about variable fonts—a collaboration between some of the biggest names in technology.