Rustic but not unrefined, David Jonathan Ross’s Turnip can be planted in any ground, and still come up hardy, tasty, and readable.
Ever wonder where your friend the typophile got all those cool letters to decorate their home?
Dyana Weissman’s script-in-progress graces the invitations of her friends’ wedding.
The Readability Series, a set of text families developed for readability in newspapers, is available for retail licensing.
Maxim Zhukov moderates a panel with type-design judges Roger Black, Matthew Carter, Paul Shaw, and Erik Spiekermann.
Bringing print typography to the screen with integrated font families.
Matthew Carter’s versatile and ubiquitous typefaces for reading onscreen and on paper gain new weights, a new width, OpenType layout features, and a pan-European character set.
Typeradio got David Berlow talking at the ATypI 2010 conference in Dublin.
Typefaces by Richard Lipton and Matthew Carter are recognized in ATypI’s second type-design competition.
The Central Park Conservancy chooses FB Titling Gothic for its rebranding of New York City’s iconic park.