Vintage font advertisements from Print magazine to inspire you for the 2015 Typography and Lettering Awards. Advertisements from the 1950s to present.
Get inspired for the 2015 Print Typography and Lettering Awards with words from type guru Dr. Shelley Gruendler.
Type designer Pablo Medina is giving Bushwick an eponymous typeface. Currently engaged in crowdfunding, his reasons dig deep into his own Latino culture.
Not Retro, But Vintage: Steven Heller profiles letterer Daniel Pelavin.
Paul Shaw breaks down the crucial differences between handlettering and typography.
Last year, we recruited Paul Shaw and Jessica Hische and launched an all-new competition: Print's Typography & Lettering Awards. Now, it's back!
Michael Dooley explores German book cover design featured in the new book, "The Book Cover in the Weimar Republic."
Here are a few of the distinct type trends most prevalent over the past two to three years.
Ellen Shapiro reports from Abbott Miller's TypoGraphics conference session: Type often has a story to tell—it becomes part of the context, style, strategy, or truth of a client's message.
by Brad Ferguson It’s the typestyle you either love or love to hate. Everyone has an opinion about Helvetica. Not surprising. It’s everywhere, as ubiquitous as gravity. Or to quote Erik Spiekermann, “you have to breathe, so you have to use Helvetica.” People who may not know much about lettering or graphic design—who may...