Typography (Page 2)

Motion Design: True Detective 3 Opening Title

We are featuring a collaborative work from Mill+ and Antibody with Nic Pizzolato to create the opening title sequence for the long-awaited third season of HBO’s ‘True Detective’.Read More →

What is the most memorable piece of typography you have come across? “I’ll go for Typographic Process, Nr. 4 Typographic Signs designed by Wolfgang Weingart in 1971 because it was one of the first designs with typography as the main element and the one that inspired me the most.”Read More →

Experimental Sculptures

If you follow artist Aaron De La Cruz on IG you know he’s been experimenting with sculptural takes on his signature shapes for some time now. Two editions are currently available via his web shop – A Perfect Day & A Perfect Night .Read More →

Town House motel sign

Motel signs are one of my favourite examples of recognisable American vernacular typography. Read More →

A serif all-caps typeface designed in 1989 by Carol Twombly for Adobe, Trajan is based on the letterforms carved into the Trajan’s Column in Rome in AD113. Read More →

Benjamin Sherbow, a copywriter who honed his typographic skills and fervently learned the nuances of type and languageRead More →

Asymmetry can help give some life and power to a typographic arrangement.

The designer has used the idea of a long piece of tape or receipt.  The typography is contrasted against large and small to make it stand out.Read More →

Little is known about the early life of France’s most distinguished type designer Claude Garamond, though he is mentioned as being “at work” in the printing business early in the sixteenth century, Garamond was commissioned by the French monarch, Francis I, to cut a font of Greek letter which later became known as the “Royal Greek Type.” Read More →

Kotaro is a Cancun-based Japanese eatery that specialises in ramen, baos, and gyoza. It expertly integrates classic Japanese elements like finely illustrated cherry blossoms and a love of fine craftsmanship with a decidedly tropical flair appropriate for the Yucatan peninsula.Read More →

Baobab featured image

Baobab is a new magazine featuring work from photography students at KABK. The poster was designed as a call for guest editors for the magazine’s third edition.Read More →

iKeas Sleep Campaign Poster Featured Image

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on our sleep is one of the more well-documented side effects, with the scenario being described as a “perfect storm of sleep difficulties”. Ikea’s 2020 ad campaign, which emphasised the need of getting enough sleep, is thus suitable.Read More →

MuirMcNeil’s New Typeface

Graphic designer Natasha Lucas began designing Bisect while still a student at the London College of Communication as part of a more significant project based on Harold Pinter’s mid-career “memory plays.”Read More →

The letter case is a subtle change to a brand name, i.e. whether a brand name appears in all lowercase or uppercase letters. Research published in the Journal of Retailing suggests whether a designer chooses uppercase or lowercase letters significantly impacts a customers response to a brand. Read More →

Balzak Font

The Balzak font —organic calligraphy by Gulya Ju of studio PeachCreme. Gulya Ju is a type and graphic designer with a strong passion for handmade lettering. The skilled designer has recently published Balzak, a new calligraphic typeface based on real handwriting.Read More →

We’re so used to typing these days that most of us probably can’t even remember the last time we needed to use our handwriting skills. But there are still some people out there whos handwriting is so incredibly good it’s unbelievable that they write like that on their daily basis. This list compiled by Bored Panda shows the most beautiful and the most satisfying calligraphy examples, so if you ever need someone to write on your wedding or event invitations you know who to contact.Read More →

Various artists created these great lettering and font designs. Passion, career, pastime, and even free time may motivate them to create such works of art. Read More →

Spock is my favourite characters from Star Trek.  If Spock were a designer what sort of Typography would appeal to him?  This theoretical perspective interested me as Spock is a scientist rather than a creative.Read More →

Please update your browser. Why? A typeface for print and screen. Bubbling, strong, but very accurate. Created with much fine tuning and precision.Read More →

May 1968 Posters featured image

In the turbulent days of May 1968 in Paris, a group of artists calling themselves the Atelier Populaire created posters that were vital in spreading the call to unite student and workers.  The propaganda of the French revolt was fed by immediate pressures.  The day by day events – the disruption of classes at Nanterre University led by Daniel Cohn-Bendit, the supporting student demonstrations in Paris, the police invasion of the Sorbonne and its occupation by students, the barricades, and the government’s reaction and referendum…Read More →