3 designers have created a font to the capital. The typeface is specially designed for Copenhagen and will contribute to a visual profiling of the capital, aimed at both visiting tourists to the city and its citizens. (more…)
Sean Mitchell, an interactive designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of TypeRelease, shares his list at The Next Web blog.
The infographic serves as a kind of ultimate “cheat sheet” for pairing Google Fonts with more than 400 unique pairings in total, all of which are colour-coded according to compatibility.
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.
27 fonts (give or take) that explain your world, or rather “27 ways that letters themselves, and not what they say, explain your world”, writes Danielle Kurtzleben for Vox.com.