Once in a great while, a typeface shows up that occupies a realm of its own. Fit, David Jonathan Ross’ wildly imaginative all-caps constructivist juggernaut, operates in a fascinating twilight zone between type and image.
A prolific American type designer brings finely crafted revivals, innovative contemporary faces, and a radiant depth of character to a growing alliance of independents.
The premier of ScreenFonts at Type Network features (full-size!) posters for The Girl on the Train, The Birth of a Nation, The Accountant, The Lennon Report, Christine, Ah-ga-ssi (The Handmaiden), King Cobra, Boo! A Madea Halloween, and The Unspoken—and comes…
We celebrated the holidays with a festive gallery of banners showcasing all of our foundry partners.
Typefaces in the Type Network catalog are often decked out with special features and typographic extras. This new series reveals the treasures hidden behind your keyboard.
Pioneering GX variations developer David Berlow says: “Far beyond sliders and movies, there is an expanse yet to be discovered.”
Initially conceived as part of a major American bank’s branding refresh, New Hero leaps into service as a dynamic family in 20 wide-ranging styles.
The beginning of the holiday season reminds us of how lucky we are to do the work we love with people we love. And that cranberries are awesome.
Originally released as a modest yet elegant workhorse serif face in 1994, Richard Lipton’s Meno expands into a sprawling, glamorous type system in three optical sizes.
Yves Peters brings his popular ScreenFonts series of movie poster reviews live to the stage at Adobe MAX on Thursday afternoon, November 3.