The "StereoType" exhibition in Boston veers from conventional typography by incorporating elements of time, movement and the third dimension.
Whether you're a newcomer to the world of hand lettering or you're an old pro, you'll love the resources in the Perfect Pen Hand Lettering Kit.
To celebrate turkey day, let's look at some other, non-eatable fowl—the typographic kind.
Print's Typography & Lettering Awards closes Dec. 1. If you've missed our type/lettering coverage over the past months, we've rounded up 15 highlights here.
In honor of her delectable dropcap for Marcel Proust's Swann's Way, Print invited Jessica Hische to take the Proust Questionnaire.
Monotype is relaunching its Recorder magazine, set to document "the wider implications of typography and how it contributes to a broader cultural context."
In his newly released book, On Web Typography, design icon Jason Santa Maria takes a deep dive into the the technical constraints that plague us and keep us kerning (and yearning). Here, James Pannafino gets up close with Santa Maria on his book, his approach to web typography and his big industry influences.
Even seasoned designers can get into a rut. Professor, designer and author Denise Bosler shares how to challenge yourself today with a type lesson from her upcoming course.
Steven Heller shares a 1926 article from The Inland Printer—arguably the first time the New Typography was discussed, no less seen, in the United States.
The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum has a new iPad game in the works—"Hamilton Type Match."