A geometric script by Kyle Wayne Benson, a technical workhorse from Hold Fast Foundry, a lined display by TipoType, a classic grotesque from Parachute, an upright script by Stephen Rapp, a contemporary family from PSY/OPS, a geometric sans by Nootype, and an elegant script from Misprinted Type.
A space saving serif by TipoType, a geometric sans from FontFont, a handpainted face by PintassilgoPrints, a workhorse family from Typotheque, an elegant serif by Nootype, a legible slab from FontFont, a contemporary gothic by Talbot Type, and a chic serif from Typonine.
Our daily lives are full of noise, but when we immerse ourselves in reading, it seems to disappear. But what if the shapes of the words we read also contain perceptible noise? Does it disrupt the reading process, or do we learn to filter it out?
Xavier Dupré is a world-renowned type designer. After studying calligraphy and typography at the Scriptorium de Toulouse, France, he collaborated with Ladislas Mandel. Since then, he has established himself in Cambodia where he designs typefaces with as much freedom as possible. He appreciates Licko’s creativity, as much as the fluidity and calligraphic tensions in Slimbach’s works, and the simplicity of the design of Carter or Unger. Xavier began type design on screen but then moved back to pencil drawings on tracing paper and even painting with gouache.
An American Gothic from Type Supply, smooth and balanced forms by Typefolio, an innovative face from Optimo, an Art Deco inspired gothic by Neil Summerour, a dynamic slab-serif from FontFont, a calligraphy style face by Great Lakes Lettering, a brush flavoured script from Fontfabric, and a hand-lettered family by Debi Sementelli.
A contemporary serif from Klim, a hand crafted family by Laura Worthington, a modern classic from Linotype, a transitional serif by Canada Type, a technical sans from The Northern Block, a handmade face by LeType, a humanistic sans from GarageFonts, and a beautiful script by Insigne.
A brush script from Sudtipos, a unicase face by Latinotype, a graceful script via Fairgoods, an optimized serif from Nootype, a plump display by Fontyou, a functional sans from The Northern Block, a strong family by Colophon, a modern rounded sans from Typedepot, another exotic face by Fontyou, and a delicate sans from Tipo Pèpel.
A sultry script from Positype, a new level of trimming by Letters from Sweden, a confident sans from Rene Bieder, compact headlines by Typodermic, a layered family from S-Core, a new sans by Wiescher Design, a handwritten serif from La Goupil, and a classic didone by dooType.