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KLIM Type

The Week in Type Welcome to another roundup of what’s new in type. If you missed the interview with French type designer Alice Savoie, then be sure to take a look. Alice’s next typeface, Capucine will be released through the Process Type foundry. Follow them on Twitter, and you’ll be informed the moment it’s released. […]

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Yes, we kern

The Week in Type I had intended to publish my review of Theo‘s The Typographic Desk Reference today. I’ll publish that next week. And, I missed out on April Fool‘s. I had so many ideas, from the new and free Adobe fonts with embedded ad glyphs (the humour’s in the execution!) to the … well, […]

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The first one’s the hardest

by Jeremy Mickel I remember clearly the day I was waiting for the 6 train at 33rd Street and Park Avenue in New York. I had taken pictures of type on the street for some time, but there was something here that caught my eye. There was a plastic sign on a door with letters […]

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Obama Village

Galaxian Hearts This is a politically neutral post, but I thought it was so well done, that I just had to share it: Village has also released several additions to Chester Jenkins’ Galaxie Polaris family: Version 3 of Galaxie Polaris features some minor improvements and—owing to popular demand—now comes with small caps, and Cyrillic script […]

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Sunday Type: Iso Type

Give me my Fix January is certainly the month of lists, and here’s MyFonts list of their Top Ten Fonts of 2007. My personal favourites are these two. The first is a ‘handwriting’ font inspired by a handwriting sample from the 1930s. Mark van Bronkhorst turned it into a font and named it Sacre Bleu: […]

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