This episode features posters for Gemini, Hondros, Pacific Rim: Uprising, The Death of Stalin, Red Sparrow, Flower, Thoroughbreds, and Unsane, with some interesting interactions between the characters (the type) and the characters (the people.)
Jessica Hische’s chic, graceful script punctuates a whimsical new video promoting tourism in the Beaver State.
A sketchbook looks like such a simple thing. But in fact it’s a complex space for learning to think and see, and for negotiating a practice that traverses several activities: designing type, teaching, making prints, and illustrating.
Cyrus Highsmith’s design took a little detour during its conception. Then it blossomed into a powerful pair of coordinated sans- and slab-serif families.
A supernatural beginning and a downright weird ending: this episode looks at posters for Black Hollow Cage, Nostalgia, The Female Brain, Driving While Black, Game Night, Mute, Rehepapp (November), and Are We Not Cats.
From the Lone Star State, Yves Peters reports on the winners of the awards for Excellence in Poster Design and Excellence in Title Design at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival.
A former student and protégé reflects on seeing her mentor accept the prestigious Gerrit Noordzij Prize.
Occupant Fonts teams up with Morisawa Inc.
Richard Lipton’s graceful script has learned many languages—and a few new tricks, too.
Murder and mayhem, and some interpersonal tension: this episode looks at posters for The Strange Ones, Proud Mary, The Commuter, Small Town Crime, Inside, Dim the Fluorescents, The Neighbor, and A Ciambra.
Two new type families from Miles Newlyn channel the BBC broadcaster’s plummy tones.