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This is the Samyoga table included in the file sktdoc.pdf generated from sktdoc.skt using skt (generated from skt.c) and pdflatex on MacTeX 2012 (pages 22-35).
The New York Times covers Nancy Sharon Collins’ The Complete Engraver, her book about all things engraved (though its written as if both MOMA and Clinique are active clients—which they are not—correction forthcoming ... ).
I own LegibleType.com, and have long thought about dedicating it for a community site? Do you think there would be sufficient interest? And, how would I go about doing this?
I own LegibleType.com, and have thought about using it as a community site, or, a gift to the community.
Basically, how would I go about this?
I am new to font and I am studying Graphic Design by DE.
I enjoy the course, however a fundamental understanding on how fonts/types are created is not covered in the degree program.
Could someone please direct me to a book that is thorough about font creation? From paper to computer.
Or if there are short courses in between semesters would be great. I'm based in Sydney, Australia so it would have to be local.
Appreciate any assistance.
In case you don't read Cnet, etc. this font is a marker for malicious activity on your computer. Obviously it is not narrow. So where do we think it came from?
Does anyone know what font this is? "COR"
An unordinary type of family: Novo Alla is part of the Novo Family (together with Novo Alla, Bila, Cela, Dada, Enno, Fika and Gigo). Although all members are also strong individuals, Novo Family is an exclusive selection which allows you to design beautiful typographic combinations. The Novo Family will take typography into a next fase of legibility. Novo Family contains 7 members. The Novo Family is designed by Novo Typo, (typo)graphic designers from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The Novo Family, and their individual members are for sale via http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/novotypo/nt-novo/ and http://www.youworkforthem.com/designer/300/novo-typo/
For more information: www.novotypo.nl
i`m from germany, sorry for the bad english. ;)
PLEASE HELP ME!!!
I search the font of the logo from the german medieval band "des Teufels Lockvoegel"
We really need it!
The first font i have found. It's Zenda from Paul Lloyd
and the second... which make the T and L of the logo i really can't find this fuc**ing font!
I send you the link of the Hompepage... at the left side, u see the logo.
I hope, somebody help me!
Make me happy guys ): !!!
It was in the summer of 1982 that I, with the crucial guidance of my older brother, made my first "typeface": an 8×8 Armenian bitmap font on our newly acquired darling, the Commodore-64. Although the C64 was in fact our third computer (we'd previously had a couple of PETs) it was the first to open up this new world for me.
I vividly remember penciling in the squares on grid paper, turning those into byte values, and entering all the numbers into the BASIC language's "DATA" fields. Sometimes it feels like it was yesterday.
And here I am sounding like an old fart.
an unusual typographic experiment designed to explore the relationship between graphic design, typography and the reading of a page. [it] collects the responses of 70 international graphic designers when posed with the same brief – to design and lay out the first page of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, a text chosen in part because it directly references lettering as Pip searches for clues about his family from the letterforms inscribed on their tombstone. The brief encouraged the 70 contributors to explore, challenge or celebrate the conventions of book typography. Each layout is accompanied by a short rationale explaining the designer’s decision-making process.
Arial isn't, the type high is bigger than by Arial - sorry for my bad english.
This flower handset is a beautiful composed, highly detailed, alphabet complete with numbers and special characters like an ampersand & or @ sign, designed by Novo Typo, designers from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
NT Fall is a handset typeface collection of 43 images in high resolution RGB on a 26 x 26 cm format on 300 dpi (3072 x 3072 pixels). All images are jpeg or png documents, placed on a seperate layer, on a transparant / background.
Please notice; NT Fall is not a systemfont.