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Jesse Ragan rounds out Aglet Slab with Aglet Sans

Aglet Sans, a technical face with a human touch, new from XYZ Type and now on Type Network.

Good Morning!

With How to Speak Rooster, Occupant Fonts introduces its first type specimen book, which doubles as a gift for younger readers.

Bold Monday sails to new horizons

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.

Game, set, match: Utile aces all your type needs

Sibylle Hagmann’s new flared sans draws inspiration from classic twentieth-century typefaces.

OpenType at Work | Figure Styles, Part One

OpenType fonts can have up to ten built-in figure styles. This guide explains what they are, where to find them, and when to use them.

ScreenFonts: February 2019 | The Leftovers

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

ScreenFonts: February 2019

Questionable typesetting can still be beautiful, as the posters for Asher, Bitter Melon, Chef Flynn, Pimp, If Beale Street Could Talk, The Favourite, The Mule, and The Front Runner attest. This episode takes a look at some perfect imperfection.

Retype shares Reiher Headline, Tasman, and Guyot Press with Type Network

Ramiro Espinoza’s new offerings include a rerelease, an expansion, and the beginnings of a superfamily.

Kamala Harris runs with Type Network type

The Democratic senator’s 2020 presidential bid uses typefaces from Font Bureau, The Ivy Foundry, and DJR. Let the race begin.

Inside the fonts: BF Buffalo travels back in time

Neville Brody lets typographers choose between the original and updated versions of BF Buffalo by way of well-thought-out Stylistic Sets. Now you can have your fonts and eat them, too.

ScreenFonts: January 2019 | The Leftovers

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

Type Network turns a page

We finished 2018 with a shifting leadership roster. Now we’re ready to break fresh ground in the new year.