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Typenotes is a magazine published by the type foundry Fontsmith in London. The first issue was released in 2017. “Simultaneously dispelling the notion that typography is just for design geeks and catering for font fanatics, TypeNotes is a new print magazine love letter to letterforms.”
Member Ric… posted a directory entry in MagazinesVisible Language is the oldest peer–reviewed design journal, first published in 1967. For it’s first four years, it was published under the title The Journal of Typographic Research. The founding editor, Dr. Merald Wrolstad, understood that research and scholarly information were essential to the development of communication design and in particular to the development of typography in its support of reading and writing. Understanding these broader implications, he changed the title to Visible Language. Visible Language is published three times a year: April, September, and December. PDFs of all back-issues are available on the Visible Language website. The print journal is available in university libraries worldwide.
Ralf Herrmann posted a directory entry in MagazinesTypographica was a print magazine for typography and visual arts. It was founded and edited by Herbert Spencer and published between 1949 and 1967. Typographica was produced in two series (labeled “Old” and “New”) with sixteen issues each.
U&lc (Upper and Lower Case), was a typographic magazine from the International Typeface Corporation (ITC) dedicated to showcasing their typefaces. The publication featured often experimental typographic compositions juxtaposed with illustrations, cartoons, and imagery. It was originally edited and designed by Herb Lubalin. Over 120 issues were published between 1970 and 1999. PDF versions in different resolutions can be downloaded from the fonts.com blog: http://blog.fonts.com/category/ulc/
A bi-annual magazine founded by Elliot Jay Stocks, based on the “Desert Island” concept applied to type. In each issue eight designers whose work is known for its typographical slant, are asked the question: “if you could only use eight typefaces for the rest of your life, what would they be?”. The interviews then expand into open-ended discussions about all things typographic and are punctuated with examples of the designers’ work. The interviews are also accompanied by various related contributions. The entire run consists of four issues. A book which will collect them is in the works. #1 interviewees: Erik Spiekermann, Jessica Hische, Ian Coyle, Jason Santa Maria, Jos Buivenga, Jon Tan, Bruce Willen, Nolen Strals. #2 interviewees: Martin Majoor, Ale Paul, Stephen Coles, Tim Brown, Nick Sherman, Rich Rutter, Veronika Burian & José Scaglione #3 interviewees: Ellen Lupton, Frank Chimero, Steve Matteson, Mark Caneso, Vincent Connare, Yves Peters , Jason Smith & Phil Garnham #4 interviewees: Elliot Jay Stocks, Jeremy Leslie, Jan Middendorp, Robert Slimbach, Fiona Ross, Steven Heller, Erica Jung & Ricardo Marcin
Ralf Herrmann posted a directory entry in MagazinesThe Fleuron was a British journal of typography and book arts. It was published in seven volumes from 1923 to 1930. The first four volumes were edited by Oliver Simon and the last three by Stanley Morison. Each volume contained a rich variety of papers, illustrations, specimens, inserts and facsimiles along with essays by leading writers of typography and the book arts.