If there’s one site you absolutely must visit today, it’s this one.
Modernist? Check. Typographical? Check. Grids? Check. Gorgeous. Check.
I’ve touched briefly before on some typefaces that I consider to be particularly good for on-screen reading. But now I wish to delve further into this realm of typography and consider: What makes a typeface good for screens and UI design in particular?
I have been eagerly awaiting the release of this typeface for quite some time now, ever since the studio behind it—MashCreative—posted a rebranding exercise they mocked up for Royal Mail.
I was rather delighted to chance upon this fine piece of retro, minimalist, typographic branding for GYÁR Post Production by Budapest-based studio Official Classic.
Here’s another beauty for fans of grotesque typefaces, such as Suisse BP Int’l.
There are two beautiful things you must check out today. First, is the launch of B+P’s SwissTypefaces, a type foundry dedicated to the design and production of Swiss-style typefaces. As a result, I am already extremely interested in them.
Fonts. I love them. Perhaps a little too much, some might say. I love them all. And today, my fellow typophiles and fans of typography, I wish to share with you my current favourites.