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  • Typography Weekly #107

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      ILT: Gift Ideas for Designers & Font People

      “Gift Ideas for Designers & Font People is my annual list of presents you might want to buy in December or any other month, for that matter.”

      ilovetypography.com

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      Version 3 of the font editor Glyphs released

      Go beyond and upgrade your Glyphs experience. Enjoy new ways of selecting, editing, reusing, managing and sorting your shapes.

      glyphsapp.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Kris Sowersby: The Art of Letters

      “There is no definitive form of the alphabet. The alphabet is a concept made concrete through countless written and designed letterforms; the alphabet is not defined by a single typeface but expressed through all of them. There’s sets of rules, largely unwritten rules, of how a typeface is put together, about relationships between letterforms and between styles. It’s a balance between a hard system and flexibility.”

      until December 11, 2020

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      On Kickstarter: Jaroslav Benda, Typographic designs and letterforms

      A book about one of the important figures in the history of Czech Republic – English edition 2021.

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      Practica: Learn type design, together

      Refine your craft with Practica, a 14-week online type design program starting in January 2021.

      practicaprogram.com

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      The Fonts in Popular Things Identified Vol. 2

      See the fonts used in popular culture—featuring Bacurau, The Politician, Body at Brighton Rock, Trick Mirror and more.

      www.typewolf.com

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      Emoji B4 Emoji

      The ancient Sumerians, Egyptians, and Chinese, to name just a few, used rebuses thousands of years before emoji appeared on our screens.

      ilovetypography.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Arabic Type 2020: After the Fall

      A new collection of 7 Arabic typefaces from Nadine Chahine’s ArabicType, accompanied by a virtual exhibition.

      arabictype.com

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