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AuthorNicole Phillips

Matthieu Cortat’s Yorick has an ingenious approach to spacing alternates; while it is a monospaced font it also contains alternative glyphs set to half and one-and-a-half width. I asked the Matthieu to tell us more about his design process, inspiration and the fonts features.

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AuthorNicole Phillips

The game allows you to go on a ‘blind date’ with different fonts and learn more about type personalities as you go. If Times New Roman was a person, would you date them? The fifty cards in the game feature different fonts to choose from: make your selection, then turn over to find out what the type you’re attracted to says about the type of character you are. I am eagerly awaiting my copy & will write more as soon as I have had a chance to play!

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AuthorNicole Phillips
CategoriesFONTS
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AuthorNicole Phillips
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AuthorNicole Phillips
CategoriesFONTS, OPINION

in “The Smallest Possible Bit“ (an install of Robin Rendle’s Adventures in Typography newsletter) Robin addresses a readers SOS about being stuck on a good typeface and not being able to get past their trusty favourites. I can totally relate and have a handful of fonts I come back to time and time again. Robin’s writing on the matter is insightful and witty

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AuthorNicole Phillips
CategoriesFONTS, OPINION

Fontsmith type design director ⁦‪Phil Garnham‬⁩ recently worked with students at ⁦‪Middlesex University‬⁩ to design brand-new typefaces inspired by 'The Future Starts Here' exhibition at the V&A. I particularly loved Antenna by Iveta Rihova. ‘The font is created out of fluid, organic, free form lines, representing tree ring pattern as well as signal transmission. Whispering trees converted into letterforms with abstract approach shall bring the world of nature and technology together.’

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AuthorNicole Phillips
CategoriesFONTS