I Love Type Links 1

The Competition As a way of reducing the length of Sunday Type, I’ve decided to move the general links—bits and pieces—to a separate page. I don’t think I’ll show these posts on the home page, but by slicing Sunday Type in two (from time to time), I hope that it will be a little easier […]

Sunday Type: tomate type

No Underwear Mon Amour If you missed the interview with Ludwig Übele, then be sure to check it out. For excerpts of all the interviews on iLT, then simply click right … here. Until I can wrap my work schedule around iLT, then Sunday Type will still be published once weekly, but that could be […]

An Interview with Ludwig Übele

by Rouslan Valiulin After studying graphic design in Germany and Finland, Ludwig Übele worked for a number of years in the industry until he decided to concentrate on type design, and set off for the Netherlands. Since graduating from KABK’s TypeMedia course in 2007, Ludwig works freelance as a professional type designer—designing type for both […]

Sunday Type: mightier type

The Heart of the Matter Thanks to the more than 300 people who sent in their answers to the identify the s’s competition. The winner is announced below. Another big thank you to all those who regularly send in links and nice emails. Today’s is a big one, so buckle up and enjoy the ride. […]

Sunday Type: inspiring type

Finger Lickin’ Good Another busy week, and a later than usual Sunday Type. Owing to work commitments that have a habit of intefering with iLT, those articles I promised will be posted, though a little later than scheduled. Several big articles are on their way: the fifth part in the History of Typography series, a […]

Sunday type: kokoro type

We Heart Type I have come across so much type inspiration this week, that there just isn’t the space or the time to post it all, so I might post some other snippets during the week. In addition to what’s below, be sure to check out Jon Tan’s great little article on Quotation Marks & […]

BraveFont

The Movie Made me smile. New promotion for Suitcase Fusion 2. “In a world torn apart by so many typefaces …” Starring Stone Serif, Dom Casual,… and a special appearence by Marla Semi-Wide Roman. Link.

Diacritical Challenge

Squiggly Bits This poster makes reference to the paucity of diacritics in English. And, when they are employed, they’re often used on loan words—like the French café, for example. Here’s a little pre-Sunday Type challenge for you: name all the diacritics (or diacritical marks), and name the typeface used. Poster designed by Michael Ciancio (you’ll […]

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