Spectators at the Winter Olympics are treated to an aggressive parade of brands and branding—but this year, 169 Olympic Athletes from Russia were forced to wear plain uniforms and march under a plain white Olympic flag. In terms of logos and branding, is this the equivalent of generic products from the 1970s?
How does a designer invent letterforms for an invented language? Especially one dreamed up by someone else? Lyon-based graphic designer Jérémy Barrault recently tackled these perplexing issues.
Safety razors are making a comeback and we can't help but drop our jaws at the rich typography on their packaging.
In Nowherelands: An Atlas of Vanished Countries 1840–1975, Bjørn Berge proves you can tell a lot about a forgotten nation simply by its postage stamp design
What do the typefaces of classic film titles say about the Golden State? Let's take a look at 5 films set in CA to find out.
Ksenya Samarskaya runs her own Brooklyn design studio, Samarskaya & Partners, producing branding campaigns and custom type design for global clients.
Monotype's new Between typeface offers three different designs, each with eight weights plus italics, to satisfy a range of moods while maintaining consistency and harmony.
Sometimes typography really is a matter of life and death. Are automakers keeping us safe with dashboard design and typography—both now and in the future?
A new stencil type family, MuirMcNeil Cut takes its structural and visual cues from type designs of two different historical periods.
At Typographics 2016, Tobias Frere-Jones discussed how we can learn from the past when aiming to deliver typographic detail on screen.