Work and play at the offsite on Martha’s Vineyard with the people of Font Bureau.
Loupot puts in an appearance at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Dyana Weissman reviews a flawed documentary on a remarkable institution, the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum.
DJR takes the thicks and thins of letters and turns them on their heads.
The Museum of Modern Art acknowledges type’s importance to the history of modern art and design.
David Jonathan Ross gets to play with money for a Fortune logo.
Fonts In Use catalogs and examines real-world typography wherever it appears.
William Berkson posts the second part of his article, “Reviving Caslon.”
The typographic association with Obama has been both embraced and ignored.
At TypeCon in Los Angeles, you drew the letters.
“[T]he serifs remain strong enough that a line of text looks like railroad tracks, a feature that helps draw the reader’s eye along the line of text-and looks cool.”