Steven Heller takes a closer look at Lisa Fischbach’s wonderful new slab serif font family, Edie and Eddy Slab.
Featured fonts from our store:
Gilway, new font family: $45
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Steven Heller takes a closer look at Geetype’s magnificent, bold and curvaceous Geetype!
Finding the best typefaces among thousands can be time-consuming and frustrating! To save your time and sanity, we’ve curated a top-notch list of must-have typefaces for 2023. No super-quirky, one-use-only display fonts, but workhorse font families that will serve you and your clients well for years to come.
Museums, galleries, theaters, concert halls, artists, musicians — the ‘culture industry’ is part of everyone’s lives. Designing well in this space is a challenge, but Johannes is here to save the day with his inspiring recommendations of Fonts for Culture Branding. Definitely one to bookmark!
Our new Expert Lists series invites design experts to recommend fonts for specific uses. Johannes López Ayala, creative director at Tipogris Books and Brands, and lecturer at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, introduces some of his favorite typefaces for the Metaverse. A selection with now and the future in mind.
Here at ILT, we’re huge fans of the perennially blue-shirted Oliver Schöndorfer, better known as the Pimp My Type guy. On Oliver’s Pimp My Type website and burgeoning YouTube channel, he eloquently and effortlessly explains many of the finer points of type choice and typography.
Steven Heller takes a closer look at Craig Eliason’s magnificent Feneon font family.
Travel back to the sixties, and the scene of underground design, in this live interview with Steven Heller discussing his memoir Growing Up Underground: A Memoir of Counterculture New York.
From the moment I started the engine in first gear with Slag Black, then accelerated to Slag Inline, Two Line, Three Line, and finally slid into Five Line, I felt an exhilarating jolt. There is so much color and texture in Slag’s linear geometric variations – and in the combination of large and small caps (which replaces lowercase letters) – that I was satisfied that the Slag family WAS the winnes in this month’s type road race.