These samples from the 1920s featuring Beton, a slab serif designed by Heinrich Jost for the Bauer Type Foundry, evoke a modern aesthetic and industrial sensibility.
Girder was among the genre of geometric square serif faces frequently found in advertisements of the 1930s. The specimens here highlight that streamlined, early modernistic style.
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Meet Amy Schwartz.
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Meet Chad Miller.
Hand-Lettering Experiments – Textures is the latest workshop from HOW Design University and Type Camp. As a fun, creative way to exercise creativity and typography, this workshop will inspire you in your latest type projects. Integrate textures and analog designs into your work today. This workshop is currently in session and is open until...
Paul McNeil is the author of a must-have new book, "The Visual History of Type."
The definition of typography has historically and continuously changed. Perhaps it's time for tattoo artists to be considered typographers.
Swiss designer Dafi Kühne has been boldly breaking the rules of letterpress for years. Check out his latest book True Type.
Photo-Lettering catalogs, like this one from the early 1960s, are a source of reinvigorated vintage type design that cannot help but bring a smile to the eye.
Today is the last day for Early Bird entries to Print‘s Typography & Lettering Awards! Don’t miss your chance to be featured among the greats in Print magazine! Enter today. Google and Monotype are making history. The two partnered together to create Noto: a typeface five years in the making. The new face can be used across...