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Making Fonts: Proza Libre

When I started the development of Proza, I didn’t want to deal with the limitations of a low-resolution rasterizer. As a result, Proza is completely stuffed with diagonal and curved lines, and tiny details that help to bring the texture alive in print, but that are something of a nightmare for a low-resolution rasterizer. As […]

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Hipster Hummingbirds

The week in type Let’s start with some fantastic news: Issue #2 of Codex magazine is now available for pre-order. What’s more, you can now purchase a subscription. The second issue is rather special — A new Editor in Chief (Paul Shaw), a complete redesign (Linda Florio), more pages, more of the very, very best […]

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The Complete Engraver

A review by James Puckett When it comes to the Gilded Age, the canon of design history teaches of broadside posters and the Kelmscott press. Wood type and artistic printing have attracted a following and are fighting their way in. Further outside the canon lies a neglected facet of design woven into society, personal lives […]

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All sorts of type

The Week in Type The type-obsessive, thoroughly inspiring Andrew Byrom in this TEDxUCLA talk, If h is a chair:

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Jean-Luc (Godard)

C’est gratuit! Today is Jean-Luc Godard’s birthday. To Celebrate, Atelier Carvalho Bernau Design has just released JeanLuc, a typeface inspired by the titles for films like “Deux ou trois choses que je sais d’elle.” (1967). The JeanLuc typeface is free, so download it now. Téléchargez et profitez-en!

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Geotica

New Fonts New from Jos buivenga, and now available from MyFonts. Geotica, with one style free.

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Rue Display

Free font from TypeTogether Download Rue Display Semibold for free. You’ll need to sign up.

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Google Font Directory

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Karbon type

The Week in Type I’m struggling to keep up with all that’s new in type. Exciting times. Lots of great new releases, and some very novel and creative uses of type and lettering. Let’s jump straight in. I am tempted to try something like this:

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Calluna — a text typeface with flow

by Jos Buivenga Calluna started out as a little test I did to see if I could add serifs to Museo, to make a slab serif. Because of its pipe bend serifs I suddenly saw the connection between serif and stem, and some sort of direction.

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