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Magín Díaz and Father John Misty share a Grammy for Best Recording Package

Art director and musician Yves Peters casts an eye over the nominees and winners in the design categories at the Recording Academy’s sixtieth annual awards.

ScreenFonts: January 2018 | The Leftovers

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

ScreenFonts: January 2018

Defying legibility conventions. Shattering images. Subverting any sense of scale. Turning the world upside down. This episode looks at posters for The New Radical, The Shape of Water, Foxtrot, Kaleidoscope, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Downsizing, The Phantom Thread, and…

ScreenFonts: December 2017

This episode of ScreenFonts unexpectedly turned out to resemble a blind taste test. I look at posters for My Friend Dahmer, Roman J. Israel, Esq., Mugen no jûnin (Blade of the Immortal), Along for the Ride, Thelma, Most Beautiful Island,…

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!

ScreenFonts: November 2017 | The Leftovers

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

ScreenFonts: November 2017

From gritty to ethereal, beauty takes many forms. This episode of ScreenFonts features posters for mother!, Woodshock, Flatliners, Battle of the Sexes, Marshall, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Bunker77, and Wexford Plaza.

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.

Neue Haas Grotesk available from Font Bureau

Christian Schwartz restores the subtle warmth that Helvetica has lost through fifty years of adaptation and compromises. Brochure