TypeTogether–the independent, cosmopolitan type foundry of Veronika Burian and José Scaglione–has released its first Indic and Devanagari typeface, Adelle Sans Devanagari, a new multi – award-winning, multilingual Adelle Sans font family and a contribution to the cultural dialogue on type design. Source: Cultural Awareness in Type Design: Adelle Sans DevanagariRead More →


Paul Bacon was not a household name, but anyone who has a passion for books will have seen his works. Bacon was an artist, who used minimal imagery and bold typography to sell famous novels such as, “Catch 22” by Joseph Heller, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo Nest’s and PhillipRead More →

Helvetica is the name of the world’s most famous architectural typefaces. Paul Gapp a former architecture of the Chicago Tribune rather unkindly said it has, “no frills, no curlicues, no personality. It is neutral, anonymous and dull.” Helvetica, however, has grown into a global phenomenon exhibiting both corporate and cool.Read More →

The types of font you choose will have a huge impact on your infographic. They are important because they provide information and fonts are part of the visual experience. So in this post, we`ve collected 25 cool fonts that will add a big impact to your infographic design and bringRead More →

Russian born and educated she was excited to get design experience in an English-speaking environment, and she arrived in 2014 to reunite with her veterinarian partner. Source: Sixteen birds of AotearoaRead More →

The “Dictionary of Death” by French poet Robert Sabatier (1923–2012) was published by Éditions Albin Michel, Paris in 1967. Source: Dictionnaire de la mort – Robert SabatierRead More →

Jonathan Ortiz shared a beautiful collection of calligraphy and typography compositions. They are super colourful and stylish. There are some clever ideas on some of them, like an anagram style animation. Source: 3D Typography by Jonathan OrtizRead More →

Hatchet Display is a typeface with reverse contrast and glyphic serifs based on the shape of a handmade axe built by Designer Ale Navarros grandfather. Perfect for headlines, labels and logotypes. The Future fonts newsletter called this gorgeous face AXE cellent and I completely agree. Source: Glorious contrast inspired byRead More →

“I’m not a photographer. I shoot for architecture – if there’s art here it’s a byproduct.” Looking to the Pop Art movement as a lens through which to understand the American vernacular, photographs by architect, urban planner and theorist Denise Scott Brown explore 1960s Las Vegas. Source: Urban VernacularRead More →

Brochure designed to promote Radio Campus Paris’s 2018 program (a student radio station from Paris, France). The typeface used for titles is Tekno available from Good Type Foundry and the typeface used for texts is Stratos from Production Type . Source: Radio Campus Paris program brochureRead More →

Designer and Artist Maria Monte’s work in illustration and letterforms is tremendous—and fantastic in scope. Excited about her opinions on creativity and craft Nate Burgos interviews Maria for the Design Feast series celebrating remarkable Makers. Source: There are no shortcuts, only practice.Read More →

Adobe Fonts has released 30 free Font Packs , curated by design luminaries to help all creatives jumpstart their work. Developed by design and type leaders like Tad Carpenter , Natasha Jen , Annie Atkins , Monotype , Morisawa and Type Network , these Font Packs are curated collections sourcedRead More →

Monotype has released the results of its 2018 Font Purchasing Habits survey, after polling 15,745 creative professionals around the world. The goal of the survey was to focus on the font user and the font customer, uncovering “what do customers really want?” Source: Monotype Releases Results of 2018 Font PurchasingRead More →

Make the best holiday-themed designs with this decorative fonts bundle. The holiday season is here once again, and for designers tasked to make branding and copies stand out, having a complete arsenal of design assets is a must. Source: Best Decorative Fonts for the Holiday SeasonRead More →

Today, we have a beautiful new book to present from TYPEKNITTING called “Pixel, Patch and Pattern.” Pixel, Patch and Pattern combines two worlds: the coolness of digital typography and the craft of knitting. The author, Rüdiger Schlömer , takes you to a journey step by step into the world of letterRead More →

To everyone who shapes technology today. We live in a world where technology is consuming society, ethics, and our core existence. It is time to take responsibility for the world we are creating. Time to put humans before business. Source: Algorithms and sensibility: 150 posters to bring the good inRead More →

This book was published on the occasion of an exhibition celebrating the first decade of Inna Art Space. This exhibition is more a sort of getting together for space, a group photo, a celebration. Source: Inna Art Space 10Read More →

Test : iPad Pro 11 pouces (2018) Source: The 51 Best Free Typefaces Every Designer Should HaveRead More →

A selection of fresh new foundries worth adding to your list! Letterform lovers, rejoice! It’s only November, and this year has already seen the apparition of several new foundries created by incredibly talented type designers from all around the world. Source: The Best New Type Foundries of 2018Read More →

Poster by Edward Dzulaj for Baobab magazine. Baobab is a new magazine featuring work from photography students at KABK. The poster was designed as a call for guest editors for the magazine’s third edition. Source: Baobab magazine posterRead More →