The Democratic senator’s 2020 presidential bid uses typefaces from Font Bureau, The Ivy Foundry, and DJR. Let the race begin.
We finished 2018 with a shifting leadership roster. Now we’re ready to break fresh ground in the new year.
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…
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.
Petr van Blokland surprises with a chunky, funky, punchy display slab serif.
Two type families from Cyrus Highsmith spruce up their language skills.
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…
Jesse Ragan breathes new life into a lost hand-painted alphabet by designer and illustrator Rudolph Ruzicka.