A versatile family of condensed formal scripts. Richard Lipton continually transforms the elegance of pen-on-paper into beautiful, functional fonts.
Inspired by Edward M. Catich’s seminal thesis on the origins of the Roman inscriptional style, such as that found on Trajan’s column…
He is one of those rather modest designers who let their work speak for itself.
Some history on Greg Thompson’s popular Agenda family and a closer look at some of its distinctive details.
Matthew Carter’s Roster takes the visual tension of square corners in round shapes and makes this square-circle tension its underlying structure.
Victoria Rushton’s stylish, exuberant, contradictory typeface “is based on nothing, nothing at all,” she says.
The animated cube it the ultimate result of Gerrit’s theory building up over the years. Originally starting as two squares, he combined the separate principles of contrast later by interpolating between them.
Campgràfic releases the Spanish edition of Inside Paragraphs.
Occupant LLC is very proud to announce that Cyrus Highsmith has been awarded the Gerrit Noordzij prize. The prize is given by the Royal Academy of Art, Museum Meermanno, and the Dr PA Tiele Foundation, all based in the Netherlands.
Stephen Coles offers clear definitions for commonly abused terms and elaborates on the differences between type and lettering, a typographer and a type designer, and a typeface and a font.