Today we are showing one of the last works designed by Ladislav Sutnar (photographs by Jiri Jenicek and Karel Hajek) before departing his homeland during pre-world war Czechoslovakia.
In awe of the talent of Julien Priez and what he brings to bear on the current state of typography. Watch out for the Boogy!
Explore over 1,000 catalogued, imaged items, such as work from our major collections, type ephemera and more in the Letterform Archive.
On the eve of the 100th birthday of Hermann Zapf, Kelly-Winterton Press has launched the Kickstarter campaign to publish his bio by Jerry Kelly.
Mohammad Sharaf, a designer in Kuwait, recently created a public art piece reflecting the country's censorship with a "cemetery of banned books."
The vast number of highly visible projects Rudolph de Harak worked on throughout the 1970s, especially as a pioneer of experience design.
Showcasing Viktor Koen’s phenotypes and obsession with composing images, symbols, and concepts into typography.
Monotype Webinar has been cancelled. Stay tuned for 2019 free webinar opportunities.
In 1942 Leonard Baskin founded the Gehenna Press at Yale. The name is from a line in Milton's Paradise Lost: "And black Gehenna call'd, the type of Hell."
Richard McGuire, artist, illustrator, animator, children’s book and comics author and graphics experimenter, was also a founding member and self-taught bassist of Liquid Liquid, a band dubbed “The Most Important NY Band You’ve Never Heard Of.” A street artist as well, McGuire created the recurring “Ixnae Nix “avatar by applying spray-paint through a hand-made...