It’s almost the end of the year, and if you’re looking for new typefaces to round out your collection, then consider what these foundries have to offer.
Knowing how—and when—to offer your creative services for free is the key to pro bono design work that benefits you and contributes to the greater good.
Frere-Jones Type has just released the Retina typeface, a low-contrast sans serif whose origins date back to the 1990s when grunge was in full swing.
One AIGA chapter came together as a family to design the Excelsiorama typeface, one letter at a time.
Theo Rosendorf took part in a Q&A to discuss typography, what designers do and do not know about typography, and being a Type Fanatic.
Jason Tselentis digs into the history, process and future of 3d printed design.
Boxman Studios modifies shipping containers, designing, developing and deploying them as creative spaces, turning imagination into reality.
BOLTgroup has used 3D prototyping for years, and now that they have their own 3D printers in-house, it's given them an edge in product development.
How do you celebrate 100 years of Transport for London's Johnston typeface, an iconic typeface used across London's bus, rail and Underground systems?
Jason Tselentis offers up a delicious helping of non-design books for every creative's summer reading list.