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.
Steven Heller chats with Sandro Berra about Tipoteca Italiana and the new book "Alphabets of Wood: Luigi Melchiori & the History of Italian Wood Type."
Steven Heller talks with Parisa Tashakori, who helped coordinate Vitrine: A Collection of Essays on the History of Book Cover Design in Iran.
Iranian posters in Farsi are among the most beautiful posters I've ever seen. Now that accolade applies to Iran's book covers and jackets, too.
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."
Steven Heller examines the comic woodcuts of Josef Váchal, a Czech writer, painter, printmaker and book printer.
Barbs, beaks, brackets, bowls: Baffled by typography terms? You're not alone. Here, we break down the field's most essential definitions.
Steven Heller shares the strange beauty of a functional, commonplace ledger—this one created by Edward Smith and used in the late 1800s.
Did you know you can learn a lot from turn-of-the-century printing, type and paper advertising, like the Dutch Stove piece featured here?