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Victoria Rushton fixes things for fun and no profit

In a candid and funny talk at the TDC, Victoria Rushton opened up about her need to fix stuff.

Inside the Fonts: Fit’s amazing stacking possibilities

Because David Jonathan Ross designed Fit to fit just about any text into just about any space, text set in it looks best when it’s stacked tightly. Yves Peters explains how you can achieve the best results with…

David Bowie’s Blackstar wins Grammy for Best Recording Package

With all of the buzz surrounding the winners in the more popular categories at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, you may have missed that Jonathan Barnbrook was honored for his collaboration with the late David Bowie.

ScreenFonts: February 2017 | The Leftovers

These posters didn’t make the cut, but are still noteworthy for their design and/or typography.

ScreenFonts: February 2017

The February episode of ScreenFonts looks at posters for Hidden Figures, Monster Trucks, Royahaye dame sobh (Starless Dreams), The Sunshine Makers, Retake, The Founder, Split, The Age of Consequences, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, and…

Bennet makes the grade

Hot on the heels of his substantial expansion of Meno, Richard Lipton releases Bennet, an extensive new type family for editorial use and beyond.

OpenType at Work | Standard Ligatures

OpenType features allow users to take their typography to the next level—but not everyone has a firm grasp of them. This article kicks off a series that will explain what OpenType features do and how to make the most of…

DJR designs the perfect Fit

Once in a great while, a typeface shows up that occupies a realm of its own. Fit, David Jonathan Ross’ wildly imaginative all-caps constructivist juggernaut, operates in a fascinating twilight zone between type and image.

Mark Simonson joins Type Network

A prolific American type designer brings finely crafted revivals, innovative contemporary faces, and a radiant depth of character to a growing alliance of independents.

ScreenFonts: January 2017 | The Leftovers

These posters didn’t make the cut, but are still noteworthy for their design and/or typography.

ScreenFonts: January 2017

The premier of ScreenFonts at Type Network features (full-size!) posters for The Girl on the Train, The Birth of a Nation, The Accountant, The Lennon Report, Christine, Ah-ga-ssi (The Handmaiden), King Cobra, Boo! A Madea Halloween, and The Unspoken—and comes…

Type Network’s First Festival of Type

We celebrated the holidays with a festive gallery of banners showcasing all of our foundry partners.