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  • Typography Weekly #97

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      Typographica Favorite Typefaces of 2018

      “Our selection this year was more limited than usual in terms of quantity, yet the expansion and diversification of the type design community is still embodied by this shorter list — perhaps more than ever.”


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      The Font Lover’s Complete Versatile Collection

      “Regular price: $2180; Deal price: $29; This hand-picked selection of fonts is fully decked out with goodies that are perfect for logos, packaging and eye catching display text. Direct from the magical workshops of Set Sail Studios, TypeType and Callie Hegstrom, among many others, these fonts will help take your designs to the next level!”


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      Amsterdam Typography Map

      “Amsterdam Typography is a project by Arno Verweij that explores Amsterdam through the lens of typography.
      The project sprung from a longtime interest in the typography that can be found throughout the city …”



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      Typewolf: A Review of the Best Typography Books for Designers

      “Over my 19-year career as a designer, I’ve amassed quite a nice collection of books on typography. Some have been more useful than others.”


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      Foundation for Endangered Languages Grant 2020

      “Our annual grant round for projects that will support, enable or assist the use of one or more endangered languages is now open. In general, we award up to US $1,000 for successful proposals. Proposals for smaller amounts may have a better chance of receiving funding.”


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      New details about the origins of Akzidenz-Grotesk

      Nobody knows who designed Akzidenz-Grotesk. For about 20 years it was attributed to Theinhardt, but this has recently been proven untrue.
      Dan Reynolds on the history of one of the most influential typefaces of the past century.


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      Greek Type Anatomy

      Type Together’s senior type designer Irene Vlachou explains Greek font anatomy terminology.


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      Emoji, part 9: going beyond

      “Given all we’ve seen so far in this series, it be­comes nat­ural to won­der: what’s next for emoji? And how do we even be­gin to an­swer that ques­tion?”


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