"Never Use Futura" author Douglas Thomas thinks we need to have a more positive conversation about typefaces.
The artist famous for developing typefaces for Revlon and NYU was a legend in his field.
We're all about Florentine Regular, aka the "Frasier" font.
This typeface changes each time it's printed.
Common Sans replaces the charged descriptor with something everyone can relate to.
Cat is not "cat," it's c-a-t.