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Thinstroke joins Type Network

After independently illustrious careers, Tony Di Spigna and Bill Hilson founded Thinstroke in 2009. Now, after a dozen years distributing Di Spigna’s meticulously-crafted typefaces, they’ve chosen to join 33 other top foundries in Type Network.

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PampaType joins Type Network

Launched by Alejandro Lo Celso in 2001, PampaType can boast about more than just its excellent and diverse library of type: it’s also the first South American type foundry. After two decades of leading the continent across both retail and…

A closer look at Sauna

While some sans serifs strive for neutrality or austerity, Sauna is warm and unrestrained. Where some are stiff and harsh, Sauna is relaxed and welcoming. In that way, its name fits quite nicely. Its soft contours and playful strokes expose…

The Black Review: Ragged Orphans

Roger Black explains his method for setting readable, intelligible text with a ragged right edge with no orphans and no widows.

The Black Review: Type Speaks

Roger Black takes a look at Type Speaks, the new book by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson, which manages to sum up all the current trends in type design and typography. “This book is an antidote for numbing corporate neo-grotesques…

Christopher Slye joins Type Network

Leading font executive takes the helm of Type Network, the premium source for fonts, now in its sixth year.

The Adobe Originals, now available at Type Network.

For the first time, a storied library of classics and modern, original designs is available for extended licensing—only at Type Network.

A Frere-Jones classic branches out

Lots of new growth on the Interstate family tree.

Introducing TN Custom

Every brand deserves its own voice

Inspiration is the best medicine

Long behind the scenes, Type Network’s custom type director Dyana Weissman is now in the spotlight with her foundry and new retail face.