Leonidas shares his opinions about typography and the importance of culture, history, motivation, and research when it comes to designing type and teaching type design.
Monotype's Tom Rickner discusses the development of variable fonts—and what's coming next for the future of type on the web.
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.
We talk to Israeli designer Moshik Nadav about his steamy new Lingerie typeface.
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.
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?
Tobias Frere-Jones' latest typeface, Mallory, is the result of in-depth research and hand-drawn work that addresses the needs of the digital present.
Read about Monotype's latest release: the edgy, evocative octagonal slab serif Kairos typeface.