Montreal boasts a distinct public-lettering culture. In September, I had the good fortune to navigate a handful of the city’s signs and wonders in some very distinguished company.
The Type Network team was out in full force at this year’s conference in the city of saints, sinners, and poutine. Reliving that delicious experience, we’re sharing a few of our favorite photos and event highlights.
With decided panache, Lukas Schneider’s young foundry becomes our latest European partner.
From mouse type to elephantine heads, one size does not necessarily fit all. Whether you go big or go little, type crafted for specific sizes will give your typography the royal treatment.
Prepare for liftoff: expanded language support and an in-depth reexploration of the design take Newlyn’s New Rubrik families to the next level.
Conference season is still going strong around the world. Over the next month, you’ll find Type Network waxing enthusiastic about type in North and Central America, Europe, and Southeast Asia.
The branding agency collaborated with Font Bureau on custom typefaces to infuse the science-fiction-and-fantasy channel with a typographic voice as striking as its programming.
Belgian branding agency Today chose Forma DJR as the new face of national broadcast network VRT. Then they commissioned a new Black weight from David Jonathan Ross to amplify the family’s voice.
Here we are, on the road again, diving into another all-consuming type event, this time in Canada’s enchanting city of saints and sinners.
An early champion and patron of independent type design, Ralph Smith steered this boundary-pushing foundry from a small grunge shop to a home for striking text and display families by an international crew of emerging designers.
Six years after its original release, Richard Lipton has significantly augmented this lyrical, inscriptional family, greatly furthering its expressive range.
We’re headed to a magical place full of people who love type as much as we do.