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ScreenFonts: July 2018

Now that I’m on my way to becoming a YouTube celebrity (not), I wonder if more people will tune in to read my movie-poster reviews for Solo: A Star Wars Story, The Cleanse, Jia nian hua (Angels Wear White),…

ScreenFonts: April 2018 | The Leftovers

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

The Festival of Type returns

In 2016, Type Network celebrated its first holiday season as a team with a cheery Festival of Type. We’re continuing the tradition this year, and we want you to join in the fun!

Inside the fonts: optical sizes

From mouse type to elephantine heads, one size does not necessarily fit all. Whether you go big or go little, type crafted for specific sizes will give your typography the royal treatment.

ScreenFonts: June 2017 | The Leftovers

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

ScreenFonts: June 2017

Poster galleries galore: the June episode of ScreenFonts looks at posters for LA 92, Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan, Sleight, Burden, Violet, Hounds of Love, A Dark Song, The Void, Free Fire, and Berlin Syndrome.

ScreenFonts: May 2017

A flurry of painted art: the May episode of ScreenFonts looks at posters for Headshot, Umi Yori Mo Mada Fukaku (After The Storm), Donald Cried, Personal Shopper, God Knows Where I Am, The Blackcoat’s Daughter, Grave (Raw), Before I Fall,

36 Days of Type

A compelling online project inspired Type Network to dig through its extensive catalogue and look at letterforms from different angles.

TypeLovers: for those who love people and type (and not necessarily in that order)

Love is in the air with this series of quirky typographic pairings celebrating all of the good things about Valentine’s Day.

CJ Type latest foundry to join Type Network

After working behind the scenes in the type world, CJ Dunn steps into the limelight to launch CJ Type, debuting his fresh take on Erbar-Grotesk, history’s first geometric sans.

Introducing CJ Type

Inventor aspirations, technology from Japan, ocean exploration—for CJ Dunn, it all leads to typeface design.