Typography design is a vibrant field in the digital era, with designers creating web fonts, crafting new versions of classics, and delving into everything from hand-drawn type to experimental typography. Printmag experts including Paul Shaw, Steven Heller, and J.J. Sedelmaier provide thoughtful reflections on fonts and typography designers, providing a wealth of inspiration. Interviews reveal the behind-the-scenes artistry of the craft.


Hitler’s Annotated Struggle

Steven Heller talks with German scholar and author René Spitz about the design challenges involved in republishing Hitler's blueprint for the Holocaust, Mein Kampf.


Louis XIV and Graphic Design

During the early 20th century a surge in Late Baroque or Rococo mannerisms were the rage for graphic and advertising design.


A.G. Fronzoni Revived Again

Steven Heller talks with the creator of a new Kickstarter book about A.G. Fronzoni, a designer of beautiful minimalism who is largely unknown in the U.S.


Nearer His Type to Thee

Steven Heller is always on the lookout for letterforms and typefaces that uniquely symbolize the spiritual, religious experience—ecclesiastical typography.


Fear of White Space

White space eventually became the hallmark of graphic design Modernism, but it happened gradually. We've learned to never underestimate its graphic power.


Copyright-Free Evil

The copyright restrictions for Adolf Hitler's incendiary "Mein Kampf," the rant that foretold the Holocaust, were lifted this year.