Tag Archives: Monotype

Pressing On: Keeping Letterpress Alive

Design language is global. Get recognized today. What is letterpress? Who uses it today? And who will use letterpress in ten, twenty, forty years? Those are just some of the questions that co-directors Andrew P. Quinn and Erin Beckloff attempt to answer in Pressing On: The Letterpress Film. Anybody can easily set type digitally,...

Taking Typography to the Next Level with OpenType Features

Special Advertising Note: The following sponsored content is brought to you courtesy of Monotype, one of HOW’s trusted partners. Quality typography is no small task. Designers have to track down the right font for the right project, as well as typefaces that pair well together. Once they start setting their type, they must consider...

Font Marathon: Creating 2 Typefaces in 72 Hours

Struggle no more with finding the best typeface combinations for your creative projects, and instead utilize the 150 examples provided in Type Teams by Tony Seddon. by Nadine Chahine Monotype’s Font Marathon: A Look Inside the Exhilarating Challenge for Two Typeface Designers to Create Two Typefaces from Scratch in a Matter of Days Designing a...