Complete the following Type Book pages:
- Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: BangelRead the book, Typographic Firsts Naming a typeface is like naming a newborn baby, kitten or puppy. The name either must reveal heritage or suggest personality. Sometimes a name triggers obvious connections; for example, the given or surname of the designer(s) or client the face has been designed for makes a lot of sense. Other […]
- Featured FontsRead the book, Typographic Firsts Six must-have font familes. All available from ILT. And a bonus free font too. The post Featured Fonts appeared first on I Love Typography.
- Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: AmbicaseRead the book, Typographic Firsts In 1958 Bradbury Thompson developed the ‘monoalphabet’, a type whose distinctive concept was that uppercase and lowercase forms were identical. The monoalphabet was modeled on his favorite serif face, Baskerville, with lowercase a, e, m, and n mixed with uppercase letters. In use, the only way to distinguish case was […]
- 21 New Foundries Join ILTRead the book, Typographic Firsts One year ago today, ILT launched its own font store. Our mission is to create a healthy and creative ecosystem for the creators and users of type. Meet the new foundries! The post 21 New Foundries Join ILT appeared first on I Love Typography.
- A Year in TypeRead the book, Typographic Firsts A year ago we launched I Love Typography’s font store, entering a crowded marketplace dominated by a few big players with very deep pockets. Read about our first 365 days! The post A Year in Type appeared first on I Love Typography.
- Typographics Festival: An interview with Cara Di EdwardoRead the book, Typographic Firsts Typographics is a design festival that takes place every June in New York. A regular feature in the calendar of any type lover, it feels like it’s been around for much longer than it actually has. This year presents the 8th edition, which will be a hybrid event featuring in-person […]