Welcome to Free Font of the Week, where we showcase our favorite free font finds! This week's font is Ryman Eco by Dan Rhatigan, Grey London and UK's Ryman.
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Monotype's Bill Davis talks five Japanese typefaces, and why more non-latin fonts are coming available to designers for multilingual project needs.
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Four designers at Monotype have revitalized Eric Gill's classic typefaces, Joanna and Gill Sans, for the digital present.
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Monotype’s Toshi Omagari resurrected the lost typeface Haas Unica to create Neue Haas Unica.
Monotype's Jim Ford talks type design with Bill Davis revealing how his Quire Sans typeface, designed for all media, was ten years in the making.
The typeface Burlingame has been used across many applications, from user interfaces, branding, publishing, packaging and more.
The Web turned 25 this month and many of its original core fonts have “grown up,” gone “Pro” and become Web fonts over the last few years. With the explosion of devices that provide for on-screen reading experiences, these fonts are more relevant than ever.