The new Quiosco Display turns up the volume to catch even more attention.
Emily Rye and Jane Androski of Design Agency talk about a recent identity project for a new arts organization and the importance of finding the right typeface.
Niko, LudwigType’s latest release, offers a versatile system of 54 styles for texts from large to small.
With new weights and extended language support, Kade is ready for some heavy lifting.
A definitive guide to Type Network’s educational posts.
With a freshly expanded character set and other typographic enhancements, Barbieri from Retype is set to shine.
A sharp, stylish, modern serif ideal for publications, cultural institutions, and fashion.
With 24 styles across two optical sizes and a rich set of OpenType features and symbols, Quinn’s ready to make your texts and headlines shine.
Occupant’s sans-serif typeface graces Madrid’s Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
Aglet Sans, a technical face with a human touch, new from XYZ Type and now on Type Network.
With How to Speak Rooster, Occupant Fonts introduces its first type specimen book, which doubles as a gift for younger readers.
It’s Monday, so that means another batch of type from Bold Monday, featuring the just-released Brando Arabic, which adds yet another language to Type Network’s catalogue.