In this exclusive feature, our experts select the 11 best new typefaces of 2016.
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....
Steven Heller talks with Thomas Bohm, author of "Published Punctuation," about his research into typographic legibility for the masses.
The number one essential thing to keep in mind when selecting the best web fonts is scalability. Pay attention to when the fonts scale to either a smaller or larger size for different screen sizes that the fonts remain legible. That’s pro-tip number one. However, there are other crucial considerations to keep in mind...
Here are four of our favorite student typographic designs from Print's Typography & Lettering Awards.
A new stencil type family, MuirMcNeil Cut takes its structural and visual cues from type designs of two different historical periods.
Today, vintage type catalogs—often called "type bibles"—are treated with more holy reverence than ever.
"Louise Fili: The Masters Series" at The School of Visual Arts brings the iconic designer's work to life.
Today is the last day for Early Bird entries to Print‘s Typography & Lettering Awards! Don’t miss your chance to be featured among the greats in Print magazine! Enter today. Google and Monotype are making history. The two partnered together to create Noto: a typeface five years in the making. The new face can be used across...
Meet Bobby C. Martin and Jennifer Kinon: cofounders of OCD Agency and judges of PRINT's Typography & Lettering Awards.