Nancy Sharon Collins shares some of her research into the history of monograms and ciphers, from hand-drawn collectors items to contemporary creations.
Steven Heller shares a 1926 article from The Inland Printer by N.J Werner, arguably the first time New Typography was discussed in the United States.
Vintage clothing labels are hidden inside clothes, but they're fashionable all on their own. Steven Heller takes a look at labels from Spain circa 1930.
Today, vintage type catalogs, often called "type bibles," are treated with more holy reverence (and used more as reference) than ever.
The Stranger Things logo has become a pop culture icon, inspiring copycats, courtroom signs, and a resurgence of the '80s as a viable look and feel.
The Weatherman is causing a storm. Striking in design, rich in story, and making waves with its first volumes, we talk with the comic's creators.
A magazine living for the vintage life, VINTAGE MAGAZINE specializes in making the new seem old through its old school feel, typography, and take on the magazine format.
Are you a bit of a typography geek like us, and love all the insider details of what goes into a great design using the ever-mutable raw material of letters and numbers? Well then get ready for a most enjoyable behind-the-scenes look at designing with type and the use of numbers in this free...
Jeremy Tankard is publishing a new typeface. The typeface, Hawkland, is Tankard's 25th design and is rooted in the style of 18th century Transitional types.
it is so conventional to see a sentence begin with a capital letter that it is only noticed when one isn’t. Maya P. Lim looks into the history and val…