Typeset in the future is a blog dedicated to fonts in sci-fi. Learn more about the typographic expressions of Blade Runner, Moon or 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Tânia Raposo and Nick Sherman describe how they took on the challenge of representing 40,000 objects in a single visual identity.
This summer Jakob Engberg, Founder of Copenhagen Signs, will give an extended Sign Painting and Lettering workshop in Slovenia. The 7 day workshop will take you through the basics of hand lettering, brush lettering and sign painting techniques. You will end up with your own hand painted sign on your own custom cut wooden panel. (more…)
“The likelihood of a variety of new approaches to application UI both excites me and scares me a little.” Read the interview by Khoi Vinh.
On June 29, 2017, the Council for German Orthography endorsed the optional use of a capital sharp s (ẞ). Written by Christoph Koeberlin.
From Lettering Guides to CNC Plotters – the article by Florian Hardwig and Thomas Maier highlights some major steps in the historical development of lettering tools for drafting.
TypeThursday talks to Aleksandra Samulenkova ahead of her upcoming workshop “Introduction to Cyrillic”.
During her talk at Typo Berlin conference, Zosia Oslislo announced the second edition of the book on Central European diacritics is now available.
Inline styles were popular companions of upright weights in geometric sans families of the late 1920s and early 1930s. A story by Ferdinand Ulrich.
“A love letter to letterforms, launched to celebrate our love of type and the craft behind making it, as well as our 20th birthday this year.” Learn more about the new TypeNotes magazine at Fontsmith’s website.