typography

Arts & Culture
"Never Use Futura" author Douglas Thomas thinks we need to have a more positive conversation about typefaces.
Arts & Culture
The artist famous for developing typefaces for Revlon and NYU was a legend in his field.
Arts & Culture
We're all about Florentine Regular, aka the "Frasier" font.
Politics
A SHOUTY typeface is not only annoying, but also dangerous.
Culture & Arts
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.
Culture & Arts
(First published on Grafik, April 2016) There is also something evocative of the modernist typeface that Edward Johnston
Arts & Culture
This typeface changes each time it's printed.
Business
Janet Odgis is the President and Creative Director of Odgis + Co, an award-winning certified woman-owned design firm based
Arts & Culture
Common Sans replaces the charged descriptor with something everyone can relate to.
Culture & Arts
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.