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      HvD Font package 80% off at Linotype

      “Our HVD Fonts selection offers you a careful selection from all typographic categories: Sans Serif, Slab Serif, Display, Serif and Script. For only 99 USD/EUR*, you get a font collection that would normally cost 499 USD/EUR.”


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      Rosetta releases open source fonts Yrsa & Rasa

      Yrsa and Rasa are open-source type families published by Rosetta with generous financial support from Google. The fonts support over 92 languages in Latin script and 2 languages in Gujarati script.


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      Horn Please – Indian Truck Art

      “Horn Please is a documentary that encapsulates various aspects of an age-old folk art form of India — the TRUCK ART, an art form that makes journeys through the dusty highways of India, incredible in more ways than one.”


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      Novo Typo

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      Bixa Color

      “Introducing Bixa Color, an OpenType color font for web browsers, from woodtype to webtype.”


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      Arabic Type Design Program in Beirut

      “Participants of the program will embark on an intensive foundational course in Arabic type design. Using traditional and digital techniques, students will be guided through drawing an individual typeface based on principles that are essential and unique to the Arabic script.”


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      ReType releases Laski Sans

      “In 2014 we presented Paula Mastrangelo's first type family, Laski Slab. Over the last year, Ramiro Espinoza worked to expand the system and today we are proudly introducing Laski Sans …”


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      Ex-Machina: a database of printing presses

      “The website of the Musée de l’imprimerie et de la communication graphique (Lyon, France) offers an extremely rich data base of historic printing presses from earliest times to the mid 20th century.”


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      A type of snake

      To promote its new typeface Kakadu, LudwigType designed a browser game of snake using webfonts. Playing the fastest level give a chance to win some fonts.


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