To mark the milestone Adobe Fonts added new assets from Typofonderie and Underware. Both foundries made their full collections available for desktop use via Adobe Fonts, one of the highlights is Zeitung a “superfamily” of styles intended to work in tandem with one another. It’s a great option for all kinds of editorial use.
This wonderful video supports Art teaching in schools. “Art and cultural production is at the very centre of what community is… art is a reflection of our society and identity.” Some of the industries luminaries outline the overwhelmingly positive benefits of arts and cultural education on the lives of young people. “Art is the oxygen that makes all other subjects breathe”.
This is a fantastic and richly illustrated article. “Working with type is a lot more fun when you’re worrying less about rules and instead are constantly trying to form new connections with words. Treat every paragraph, line and letter as an opportunity to make your work better, and I promise you’ll have more fun with typography, and your work will be stronger as a result.”
Looking to treat yourself or a fellow typo-lover to something fun? PampaType just launched a new Online Store, where you can buy their beautiful printed specimen, as well as a brand new book on the fundementals of letterforms, (typographic, calligraphic, lettering). And a epic new range of typographic Tees!
Bundle font deals can provide amazing value - lots of foundries and independents offer packages, these often fall into the too-good-to resist category. When you can pick up 39 Fonts (and a bunch of graphic packs) for just $29 its even if there is just one you love you can be confident you are getting great value for that single font with a while lot of extras thrown in for free.
Trieste-born Astrid Stavro is a multifaceted designer and co-founder of design studio Atlas, working across wayfinding to identity designs, although she’s always had a consistent eye on print. The daughter of a longstanding line of book publishers, Astrid grew up with graphic design not as a career option but more as a toy, explaining how letterpress blocks were her legos.
Design Assembly’s Lana Lopesi profiles the work of self-professed “margin-dwelling graphic designer” Katie Kerr. Who in addition to her commercial design work, has sco-founded the independent publishing house GLORIA. A research led- concern born from a desire to experiment with the full arch of book-making.