"Outstanding.” “Innovative.” “Surprisingly different.” This is how Dr. Shelley Gruendler, founder of TypeCamp, describes this year’s Type & Lettering Award winners. View them here!
The Night Library takes a critical look at a 1968 title entitled Navajoland, USA, 1868-1968.
Craig Welsh and Elaine Lustig Cohen are Kickstarting the new "Lustig Elements" font.
Jandos Rothstein examines and illustrates principles of aerial and linear perspective in typographical hierarchy.
Check out these 5 glorious publications for typography & lettering lovers.
With the deadline for Print's Typography & Lettering Awards coming Friday, we decided to take a look back at our type coverage from the past couple months.
Read on to learn more about the talented Designer of the Week Stefanie Brückler and for some serious branding, typography and editorial design inspiration.
Did the legendary Aaron Burns predict the future of typography back in 1986?
The creative and strategic application of shadows and three-dimensional features to type and lettering has been in practice for centuries. In the past, letters with relief and shadow have been used on signage, posters, packaging, movie titles and publications, allowing lettering to jump off a flat surface for an eye-catching look. Shadowed type still appears in...
Read about Adrian Fruitger's renowned typeface Univers from this 1961 Print magazine article.