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ScreenFonts: January 2019

A lot of struggle surfaces in the posters for this episode. This time around, I look at art for Suspiria, The Bray Road Beast, Beoning (Burning), Can You Ever Forgive Me?, What They Had, Beautiful Boy, Private Life, and Bikini…

ScreenFonts: December 2018 | The Leftovers

These posters didn’t make the cut, but are still noteworthy for their design and/or typography.

ScreenFonts: December 2018

A lot happens with a little in the posters for A Simple Favor, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A., Assassination Nation, White Boy Rick, Monsters and Men, Call Her Ganda, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, and Hal. It’s all about space.

Elevate your display game with TYPETR’s PowerLift

Petr van Blokland surprises with a chunky, funky, punchy display slab serif.

Scout and Heron Serif explore new horizons

Two type families from Cyrus Highsmith spruce up their language skills.

ScreenFonts: November 2018 | The Leftovers

These posters didn’t make the cut, but are still noteworthy for their design and/or typography.

ScreenFonts: November 2018

With the poster for The Spy Who Dumped Me, we open on a lighthearted, humorous note—but the balance of this episode is rather somber, even violent, as we turn to Papillon, Searching, Active Measures, Alt-Right: Age of Rage, BlacKkKlansman, Laissez…

XYZ Type’s Study graduates with honors

Jesse Ragan breathes new life into a lost hand-painted alphabet by designer and illustrator Rudolph Ruzicka.

Richard Lipton mines early twentieth-century lettering for Collier

Lipton Letter Design’s latest release is a delicately flared all-purpose type family with an astonishing typographic scope.

Bold Monday adds five daring designs to Type Network

Surprising type designs by Pieter van Rosmalen, Paul van der Laan, and Jacques Le Bailly defy expectations.

Subset away!

Subsetting, long available to our Webtype customers, has always been in the cards for Type Network. Finally it’s here.

Peak typography: LudwigType brings three thrilling faces to Type Network

Inspired by the mountains of Italy, the streets of Finland, and the trailblazing era of American grotesques, Ludwig Übele delivers a tantalizing trio of types from Berlin.