The Kelly-Winterton Press has launched a Kickstarter to fund a book on the work of one of the greatest calligraphers of our time, Alice Koeth.
How did Helvetica become the typographic celebrity that it is today… and why didn’t Univers land the role instead? In this piece from Print's Spring 2016 Issue, Paul Shaw takes us on a guided tour through type history.
Steven Heller talks with June Corley about her playful and eccentric typographic sculptures.
The Letterform Archive has just announced it is the new home of the Emigre archive.
Under Nazism, type was as political as everything else. Sans suggested Modernism, and Modernists were degenerates. But then there's Die Jungenschaft.
Josh MacPhee charts the representation of the Black Power movement in book cover design.
When the organizers of The Golden Camera wanted to make an impression, they knew they needed a brand identity that would be as eye-catching as the winners.
During Mussolini's regime, most anything designed was created with the Fascist emblem, uniform or representation of either or both.
Ardengo Soffici's work is among the rare finds of early Modernism that are not as well known in Italy as they might be.
Tactfully kerning letters to the appropriate places and ensuring that the lines of text are at the perfect leading size for easy legibility are tasks that we typography nerds revel in and get lost in. We obsess over the microscopic details of alignment and placement. Fortunately for us, InDesign has useful features to make...