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      Monotype released the Eric Gill Series

      Monotype released the Eric Gill Series—a collection of more than 75 fonts in three families: Gill Sans Nova, Joanna Nova, and Joanna Sans Nova. The series is a collaboration of 4 designers (Steve Matteson, George Ryan, Ben Jones and Terrance Weinzierl) over the course of 2 years.


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      New from Fontsmith: FS Brabo

      “FS Brabo is a four-weight, serif font that reinterprets early book typefaces and whose swashes and ligatures bring colour and character not just to editorial projects but also signage, advertising and identities. A beautifully bookish personality for hardworking modern applications.”


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      Punctuation that failed to make its mark

      Several writers and inventors in the last century tried to introduce new marks of punctuation into the English language – but they all failed. Keith Houston tells their story.


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      Riccardo Sartori

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      System shock

      A story of a 25-year-old font coming back with a vengeance.


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      Safari now supports Apple's color font format through @font-face


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      New from Font Bureau: Marcia by Vioria Rushton

      “Victoria Rushton started Marcia, her first typeface, with the attitude of a letterer. Its high-contrast roman echoes the Modern styles of the 19th century, while the sturdy italic provides a base for its decorative variations.”


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      2016 Letterpress Calendar

      The 5th edition of the Mr Cup letterpress calendar is now available for pre-order at Kickstarter! As last year, worldwide renowned creatives participate to its creation. It is composed of 14 20x14 cm cards printed on 700g french paper. It is a hand numbered limited edition.


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