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Bayer Universal Font

The universal typeface, 1925, was a geometric alphabet based on bar and circle and was designed by Herbert bayer (1900) to function efficiently in a technological society. Bayer rejected the “archaic and complicated gothic alphabet” which lingered in the most scientifically advanced society of its time, Germany of the firstRead More →

A futuristic sans-serif font , perfect for use in headlines, branding visual identity, poster, logo, magazines, and any display media. The font can be found in TTF and OTF file formats and contain uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and some special characters. Source: Halfomania: Futuristic Sans Serif Typeface (TTF, OTF)Read More →

At seven years in the making, with more than 22,000 individually drawn characters and encompassing 93 languages, Sony’s SST® typeface is one of the most ambitious creations in the history of type. Designed by Monotype to unify Sony’s written expression across all the brand’s products, markets and messaging, the SSTRead More →

Do people still use Helvetica ? Today, we will see what designers say about the notorious font. Are you curious to find out how many hate it and how many love it? So am I. Let’s find out! Approximately 1000 years ago, the Chineseman Bi Sheng invented the mobile letter.Read More →

Quirks and eccentricities Champion has very tight counters, so it’s best saved for the headline use cases it was designed for. Another limitation of Champion when compared to Knockout is that all of the weights are fairly heavy, even in the thinnest weights. Source: Champion GothicRead More →

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Power of asymmetry Asymmetry can help give some life and power to a typographic arrangement. The designer has used the idea of a long piece of tape or receipt.  The typography is contrasted against large and small to make it stand out.Read More →

Typography: TT Smalls Geometric Sans Serif abduzeedo Jun 28, 2018 TT Smalls is a geometric sans serif created for use in video clips and for video production by the TypeType foundry typography minds. The main feature of the font family is the big difference between the uppercase and lowercase characters,Read More →

Today we are talking about the second font in our series of favorite Fonts of the Week, the gorgeous Ostrich Sans . Ok, so I’m sure that it’s very exciting to have your font on the (ex-)president’s Twitter feed, but this not the only reason we chose Ostrich Sans asRead More →

Renner* is a free typeface inspired to Futura that supports OpenType Variable Font, allowing users to control the exact weight and italic of the font. The post Renner*: A free Futura alternative appeared first on Freebiesbug . Source: Renner*: A free Futura alternativeRead More →

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Manuel Corradine is a skilled calligrapher, type designer, illustrator, and graphic designer. After attending and graduating from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, he worked alongside his brother, crafting wedding invitations on handmade paper. Source: Official: A Sans Serif With High Legibility And A Friendly SideRead More →

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There is no shortage of options to choose from on Netflix. So how do we choose what show to watch? Sure, many of us hop on the bandwagon for the latest binge-able show. But what makes a show seem appealing? The promotional poster design might have more to do withRead More →

movie, film, credits, dts thx pal ntsc logo, and more Will there be a set for “Starring” “Featuring” “Produced and Directed by” Brilliant – I’ll use it in my next iDVD masterpiece, but I guess I need to echo post #2. Still, thanks! Source: Free Font: SteelTongs, RegularRead More →

After many years as a graphic designer and type enthusiast, I decided to try my hand at designing a typeface. Much has been written about type design, and there are plenty of great typography tutorials out there. But where exactly do you begin if you want to make your ownRead More →


London-based type foundry Fontsmith has released its most ambitious typeface to date, FS Industrie. Designed around five different widths and seven different weights, there is a total of 70 variants including italics to play with. “We are on the cusp of a new age in digital typeface design,” says Fontsmith’sRead More →

  Letter Omega shared an awesome post about their new typeface. Gelion is a Sans serif with a geometric touch with a minimal contrast of strokes, inspired by Futura, Avant Garde, Avenir and neo-grotesque Akzidenz-Grotesk, Helvetica form remaining true to the gracefully geometric look of the early 20th-century typefaces, that ticks offRead More →

It’s not often we get to describe a typeface as fizzing with energy but Mars, the first commercial font release by designer Alaric Garnier released via Paris-based digital type agency Production Type, is exactly that. Surrounded by references to sports and the vitality needed to complete them, Mars is aRead More →