Complete the following Type Book pages:
- Seb Lester’s favorite calligraphy fontsRead the book, Typographic Firsts Calligrapher, designer, educator, and artist, Seb Lester has attracted a huge and devoted following — both for his talent and wit. On Instagram, a million followers get to see Seb at work, penning everything from famous logos to exquisite copperplate and formal gothic scripts. We asked Seb to choose his […]
- Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: OpostaRead the book, Typographic Firsts In this second episode of our new monthly column, the legendary Steven Heller takes a closer look at one of his favorite fonts. Oposta, designed by Pedro Leal for DSType, with swashes aplenty, is an unabashed and oversized slab serif that seamlessly melds flamboyance and finesse. The post Steven Heller’s […]
- Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: MagnatRead the book, Typographic Firsts In this debut issue of our new monthly column, design legend Steven Heller takes a look at René Bieder’s Magnat font family. Heller is not only an award-winning designer, design educator, and author and editor of hundreds of books, but is also one of the world's foremost commentators and historians […]
- An Interview with FontfabricRead the book, Typographic Firsts We interviewed the brilliantly talented folk at Fontfabric. Their clients include high-profile brands like Nike, Lipton, Hyundai, CNET, and the US national football team. We talked about how they got started, what makes them tick, and about their new release, Audela. The post An Interview with Fontfabric appeared first on […]
- Fonts in the Twilight ZoneRead the book, Typographic Firsts Among my favorite kinds of typefaces are those that don’t fit neatly into predefined or existing categories; those that dip their toes into more than one genre, or take their cues from disparate historical periods. These twilight zone hybrids aren't always easy to pull off. Welcome to Magnat... The post […]
- An Interview with Ulrike RauschRead the book, Typographic Firsts Ulrike Rausch is an author and award-winning type designer based in Berlin. She’s also the designer of one of my all-time favorite handwriting typefaces, the beautiful and authentic, LiebeHeide. The post An Interview with Ulrike Rausch appeared first on I Love Typography.