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Originally drawn in a Regular weight for the comprehensive re-design of photography magazine HOTSHOE, we are pleased to release BASIS GROTESQUE commercially, some three years after its initial conception.
Craig Oldham (The Oldham Goddard Experience) is extremely proud to announce the publication of the new book, In Loving Memory Of Work.
Blox is a bold, retro, experimental display typeface designed by Superfried. With a simple geometric structure, tight spacing and cuts, Blox is very distinct with high impact.
Or Type: Now & Then Or Again 13 February – 13 March 2015 To celebrate the launch of their new highly interactive website, Or Type (http://ortype.is) will exhibit a selection of work in Unit Editions’ new gallery space. Or Type: Now & Then or Again marks the first exhibition at the Unit Gallery, which is dedicated to presenting the work of international designers past and present.
Graphic & Logo Design with Contemporary Chinese Characters Considered one of the most intricate writing systems in use, Chinese characters hold a presence of typographic beauty comprehensible beyond language barriers.
Today sees Fontsmith launch FS Millbank, a brand new typeface and complementary iconfont, developed specifically for use in signage and wayfinding designed by Stuart de Rozario.
New work from MuirMcNeil — TwoPoint, FourPoint, ThreePoint and TenPoint | new geometric typeface systems Paul Klee famously said that drawing was “taking a line for a walk” but nowadays we exercise dots in the same way.
Type Motion is a programme showcasing the best examples of moving typography in art and popular culture from 1897 to the present day.
[ ? ] Every Day is Play A Celebration of the Video Game. - What is Every Day is Play? A snapshot of video game culture past and present, Every Day is Play is the first self-published book project from Game Paused.
The relaunch of Monotype’s ‘The Recorder’ Magazine is really worth buying – Issue 1 features a broad range of interesting type/typography subjects — from street signs to Sci-Fi — the bi-annual publication “will focus on the wider implications of typography and how it contributes to a broader cultural context.” Buy it here Info from Monotype blog Type infiltrates almost every aspect of our visual culture.
Insight For over 30 years, more than 420 students from 35 countries refined their skills at the Basel School of Design.
Extra Condensed is a little letterpress newspaper, of sorts. The (very) occasional publication of work, musings and typographic meanderings from The Counter Press.
Until 16th October it’s really worth catching this LCC exhibition – Alan Kitching and Monotype: Celebrating the Centenary of Five Pioneers of the Poster Alan Kitching and Monotype have collaborated to produce a unique set of prints and type specimens commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of five graphic design legends; Tom Eckersley, Abram Games, FHK Henrion, Josef Müller-Brockmann and Paul Rand.
As part of a review of it’s licensing model, leading type design studio Fontsmith, has launched a new service, Brandfont®, and now offers webfonts and other formats for digital use direct from its new website.
A23D is a 3D-printed letterpress font commissioned by Richard Ardagh of New North Press. The font is a protoype, connecting the newest and the oldest forms of print technology, and looking to the future of letterpress in the 21st century.
The iconic pink broadsheet has recently launched its new redesign combining a new grid and typographic palette to great effect.
100 Years of Swiss Graphic Design — Lars Müller Publishers takes a fresh look at Swiss typography and photo-graphics, posters, corporate image design, book design, journalism and typefaces over the past hundred years.
This comprehensive (320pp) book is the first to showcase Spiekermann’s body of work and tell his lifestory — it looks a bit special!
This week is the last chance to see Ben Long’s Work Scaffolding Sculpture in situ at the base of the Gherkin in London, prior to de-installation on 30th August 2014 at the request of the receivers of 30 St Mary Axe.
The recent newsletter from Jeremy Tankard — Footnote 23, featured his entire printed type samples back catalogue, all 23 of them!