Women of Graphic Design is a project focused on exploring issues of gender-equality in education provided by design institutions and exhibiting the contributions of women in the field of graphic design.
The 5-week typeface design program Type @ Paris “that you’ve been waiting for” is finally happening in Paris, starting on June 15th, 2015.
Along with renovation the Rijksmuseum got a new identity designed by Irma Boom Office. Deciding for a predominantly typographical solution, Irma Boom invited Bold Monday (Paul van de Laan) to design a series of typefaces. A presentation from the 2013 ATypI conference in Amsterdam.
Ilene Strizver is looking back at the past year’s most popular font offerings is a good way to view a typographic moment in time, a snapshot of typography trends.
Meet Alejandro Lo Celso from Córdoba, Argentina. Creative Characters is the MyFonts newsletter dedicated to people behind the fonts.
Typography.Guru is a new online community around the field of typography. Published by Ralf Herrmann and modeled after Typografie.info, a German community site successfully running since 2001.
There’s a good story behind it, but here’s a big hint: the dollar sign isn’t a dollar sign. It’s a peso sign. Read the full story at the Observation Deck.