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Inside The Fonts | Grading Bennet

With Richard Lipton’s latest release, Bennet, you can now add text grades to your typographic arsenal. But what exactly are grades? Why use them?

TYPO Labs redux

TYPO Labs, the type and technology conference, will hold its second edition in Berlin next week. Marina Chaccur is one of the facilitators for the event, and David Berlow will take part in a panel on the business of OpenType…

Bring balance to your text with New Zen

New Zen, Newlyn’s fine-tuned new release, proves that rounded sans serifs aren’t just for kids.

36 Days of Type

A compelling online project inspired Type Network to dig through its extensive catalogue and look at letterforms from different angles.

Type Mag interviews Richard Lipton

Richard Lipton has been designing type and lettering for over 40 years and continues releasing new typefaces with style and utility.

Greg Thompson looks back—and ahead

After showing an early talent for crafting letterforms, Greg Thompson took a detour through music and industrial design. In an interview with Amy Papaelias, he retraces his journey back to type.

ScreenFonts: March 2017 | The Leftovers

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

ScreenFonts: March 2017

From spare simplicity to sepia-infused nostalgia: the March episode of ScreenFonts looks at posters for The Comedian, On The Rocks, A United Kingdom, XX, From Nowhere, Kiki, Table 19, and Logan.

Type Network heads east with CSTM Fonts

Type Network’s latest partner is CSTM Fonts, the Moscow-based foundry led by award-winning designers Ilya Ruderman and Yury Ostromentsky.

DINosaur routs the template

Type-Ø-Toneslatest creation offers a warm, fluid alternative to the technical rigidity of typical grid-based sans serifs

TypeLovers: for those who love people and type (and not necessarily in that order)

Love is in the air with this series of quirky typographic pairings celebrating all of the good things about Valentine’s Day.

Victoria Rushton fixes things for fun and no profit

In a candid and funny talk at the TDC, Victoria Rushton opened up about her need to fix stuff.