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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Geetype

Steven Heller takes a closer look at Geetype’s magnificent, bold and curvaceous Geetype!

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Feneon

Steven Heller takes a closer look at Craig Eliason’s magnificent Feneon font family.

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Slag

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.

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Farandole & Lustik

This month it’s Font of the Month with an s! Yes, Steve heller takes a look at two unorthodox layer font families from rising French star Francis Chouquet. Vive la play!

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Bangel

Naming a typeface is like naming a newborn baby, kitten or puppy. The name either must reveal heritage or suggest personality. Sometimes a name triggers obvious connections; for example, the given or surname of the designer(s) or client the face has been designed for makes a lot of sense. Other times the name is a […]

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Ambicase

In 1958 Bradbury Thompson developed the ‘monoalphabet’, a type whose distinctive concept was that uppercase and lowercase forms were identical. The monoalphabet was modeled on his favorite serif face, Baskerville, with lowercase a, e, m, and n mixed with uppercase letters.

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21 New Foundries Join ILT

One year ago today, ILT launched its own font store. Our mission is to create a healthy and creative ecosystem for the creators and users of type. Meet the new foundries!

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A Year in Type

A year ago we launched I Love Typography’s font store, entering a crowded marketplace dominated by a few big players with very deep pockets. Read about our first 365 days!

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Pufff

Follow Steven Heller as he takes a closer look at a counter-less wonder called Pufff. Designed by Rob Keller, this brilliantly bloated beauty hits all the right notes.

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Steven Heller’s Font of the Month: Astronef Super

Join Steven Heller for this special episode of Font of the Month as he takes a closer look at Astronef Super, a playful, bold, and brilliant new font family designed by Jean François Porchez.

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