"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.
A SHOUTY typeface is not only annoying, but also dangerous.
An exhibition to celebrate this centenary is being held in a quiet East Sussex village where Johnston began to hand draw the first letterforms for the metropolitan underground System.
(First published on Grafik, April 2016) There is also something evocative of the modernist typeface that Edward Johnston
Janet Odgis is the President and Creative Director of Odgis + Co, an award-winning certified woman-owned design firm based
Common Sans replaces the charged descriptor with something everyone can relate to.
The typefaces you select suggest a lot about your personality; each has a tone and voice and character all its own. The alphabet of each typeface has a distinctive architecture, one that communicates far more than just the basic meaning of words.