For free from Monokrom: Riks stencil font
“The Riks stencils, completing Sindre Bremnes’ Telefon family, is in part based on the seven letters adorning the sides of the telephone kiosk by the same name, designed by architect Georg Fredrik Fasting in 1932.”
Versatile Bold, a chromatic font family from Borges Lettering
“Versatile contains 3 different styles: Bold, Hatch and Rust (sold separately). Each style contains one body and six display sub-families which gives you the ability to stack seven layers to create interesting and eye-catching designs that will make your customers take notice.”
New from Robert Slimbach: Ten Oldstyle
“With the Ten Oldstyle project I was being called upon to develop a Latin roman design to accompany the new Ten Mincho font that was being developed by Adobe type designer Ryoko Nishizuka and the rest of Adobe’s Japan-based type team.”
Happy 100th birthday, Helmut Matheis!
Hans Helmut Matheis celebrates his 100th birthday, which might very well make him the oldest living type designer. In honor of the centenarian, Fust & Friends shows a selection of his work as lettering artist and designer of logos and typefaces.
Apply now for Type@Paris Summer 2018
The #typeparis18 programme will take place between 11 June 2018 and 13 July 2018. Apply before the March 14 2018 to learn from renowned professionals and experienced instructors!
Creative Characters #113: Martin Majoor
Born in 1960, Martin has divided his time between his native Arnhem and Warsaw, Poland since 1997. His most recent-typefaces are all part of The Questa Project, a large superfamily of four interrelated designs Martin co-developed with fellow Arnhem-based designer Jos Buivenga.
Paciencia type family
A text family based on calligraphic sketches, developed during 8 years. The regular weight is free!
New site for Typeverything.com.
Well known platform for promoting type lettering related projects launches it's new website with a brand new fonts shop.
Lussu file #1: And what about Gutenberg?
Giovanni Lussu questions whether movable types were strictly necessary for the spread of books.