Andersen is born from a lack of typefaces adapted to children’s stories and the fact that they are often written to be read aloud. The major innovation is the creation of a complementary punctuation system. Indeed, in addition to classic glyphs, Andersen has 11 totally new punctuation marks that can be used to express feelings. These glyphs are placed at the beginning and end of a sentence to help the reader to find the right tone. What a fantastic concept!

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AuthorNicole Phillips

Typegeist (from the Type Directors club) tells the stories of the letters that give form to the narratives of our time. With an amazing editorial team and stellar writers. Issue 01 of this fantastic online publication is entitled Decentralizing Type: Reports on what has changed and what needs to change

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AuthorNicole Phillips
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AuthorNicole Phillips
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AuthorNicole Phillips