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Typostrate is about type and what you can do with it. Typography is more than only words and letters arranged in a nice way. Its a way of living and combining every facet of art and design. Wanna read more? Check out the blog typostrate!
You like Futura, I like Formata. You like Univers, I like Avenir. You like what I don't like and I like what you don't like. So, let's call the whole thing off! We call it not letting the little things that bug us take us down.
Badly drawn lettering will never go away. We, who absolutely despise it, should learn to accept it as part of the typographic landscape. Then, we should ignore it! Some of it looks pretty good. But, that's not what draws some people to what's being sold. It's like Jackson Pollock's so-called paintings. People dove head first into that, just because it was unique. Strike bad lettering! How about unique? At least some of those informal forms are unique. To each, their own.
The Corporate Sans Serif Typeface with 6 weights is skilled for complex typography: PRO style.
Each font has an extended character set to provide most Central and Western European together with Eastern European languages. The typefaces include ligatures, alternate- & swash letters, smallcaps, fractions, lining-, tabular numbers, superior/inferior figures and ornaments. Carefully drawn.
Novo Typo recently designed the corporate identity of the largest women-organisation in The Netherlands; Vrouwen van Nu. An important part of the design is the custom-made typeface 'Caren', a font which we created especially for 'Vrouwen van Nu'.
Caren is a remarkable and playful font, which gives the organization a fresh and modern look and feel. The typeface is a happy mixture between uni-, upper-, and lowercase principals. It is an invitation for all designers and non-designers to play around with text and design.
More info: http://novotypo.nl/index.html
Being Noob always sucks especially when you are in the company of best. Recently I've decided not to ask noob questions on the forum. Also i had recently gotten into trouble with my FL studio. When ever i open a glyph cell i had to open the tools toolbar again and again. I didn't know what the problem was. I wanted to post it in typophile forums but I had restrained myself from doing so. I never knew i would find the actual solution but today i miraculously found the solution. I had the autohide feature turned on( i just wondered what it was when i turned it on and completely forgot it). Now it is working flawlessly and i am happy that i found out the solution. It might not be a lot but it gave me confidence.
P.S. Be careful while you are messing with your software
This is a page of my grandmas notebook while she was attending cooking lessons back in 1930's. LOVE IT!
My neighbor wrote an add and paste it above the building entrance. Man I love his handwriting. I mean check out what an effort he puts into writing a single sentence. He is an older man and is offering to repair washing machines and stoves. I love the numbers! :) I decided to collect these kinda pics whenever I see something like this.
Well, after more than a year of casual coding, I've released Glyphr Studio Beta 2 out into the wild!
Is it possible to create a ligature between two words in fontlab (two words become one sign)?
And how would be the code?
Thanks for a helping hand!
If you're a Robofont user, you might find these Opentype FontInfo tables helpful. Thanks to @letterror for bringing it to our attention.
I am looking for this Font and would appreciate any help in this matter to identify it. Thanks.
I posted a 6-part summary (haha, summary, in 6 parts.) on my blog if anyone is at all curious about my experience in the Condensed program at CooperType. It was awesome and intense.
Part I: http://simplicityembellished.com/lessons-in-type-part-i-of-vi/
Part II: http://simplicityembellished.com/lessons-in-type-part-ii-of-vi/
Part III: http://simplicityembellished.com/lessons-in-type-part-iii-of-vi/
Part IV: http://simplicityembellished.com/lessons-in-type-part-iv-of-vi/
Part V: http://simplicityembellished.com/lessons-in-type-part-v-of-vi/
Part VI: http://simplicityembellished.com/lessons-in-type-part-vi-of-vi/
Here is the first look of the typeface i am creating. Only caps done. No character spacing done and you can forget about kerning. Just wanted some feedback.
The thickness of strokes of V, W, X, Y is to be increased.
S can do better with some more tweaking.
And the inner curves of characters like B, C, O, Q are not perfectly circular(for the lack of better term) and look jagged.( I have no idea how to change it).
Please inform me if you have any other issues...
Update: The problem of jagged text is more pronounced when using at pt size of 36. The other point sizes also give text which is not very smooth. Why?
Valentino's clothing labels??
The Clarendon-like face here is impossible to find. Can anyone help?
I have this font converted to curves and I can't figure out what the font is. Can anyone tell me what it is?
an arkitectural type collection by René Knip and Janno Hahn