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Month: April 2013

Shameless

Neil Summerour’s latest release sat in a ‘drawer’ for two years gathering dust. Fortunately for us, he discovered it, dusted it off, and released it as a scratchy, dynamic, and elegant script font. Shameless is available in two flavors, Standard & Deluxe, with the latter comprising more characters. Shameless is published by the Positype type […]

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Making waves with Magasin

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I’ve always been fascinated by typefaces based on fluid handwriting, and as an amateur calligrapher of copperplate, I decided to design a display font based on this experience.

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This Week in Fonts

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A bright slab serif by Typofonderie, a massive system from Typonine, a text face with flavour and a hardworking family from Rosseta Type, a casual face by HVD Fonts, an expansive family from Lost Type Co-op, a type designer’s typeface by Emigre, a warm and rugged face from Fountain, a geometric slab serif by The […]

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Socialist TV Typeface Videtur Finally Freed

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In the 1980s, the German Democratic Republic’s state television broadcasting service commissioned Axel Bertram to develop a custom typeface. The result was “Videtur,” a remarkably independent serif design that was intended to define the on-screen graphics of East German television for years to come. But by the beginning of the 1990s, the GDR no longer […]

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