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The newly redesigned, by Marek Pistora, Czech magazine FONT invited José and Veronika to speak amongst other things about their beginnings, influences, approach to design and way of collaboration. The well designed four-page interview also shows some samples of our typefaces in use, such as in various newspapers and books.
Does anyone happen to know what typeface this is?
Were you/are you stranded abroad on account of the Icelandic volcanic eruptions?
I'm involved with a collaborative not for profit magazine project to be created by people who were stuck in a foreign land with too much time on their hands.
There will be photography and illustration but I post here in case anyone might be interested in submitting typographic material or accepting typographic assignments to help with features?
If you're interested, please send me a message letting me know where you were stuck, where you were trying to get to and what you're free to do. A link to some of your work would also be appreciated. We'll consider pretty much any styles.
Many thanks for taking the time to read this.
Darjeeling combines British Elegance and Indian Flavor. It is flared like Optima, with a scent of Bodoni. By layering “Regular” and “Ornaments” over each other you will create astounding pieces of colorful typography. Additionally there is “Regnaments” which combines the two other styles.
Darjeeling is great as a display font, but also perfectly legible at text sizes. Use the ornaments only to add spice to Your design.
Make sure to use applications supporting all these lavish OpenType features like small caps, various sets of figures, fractals and the 102 discretionary ligatures.
Darjeeling has been recently released at myfonts:
Hello, could someone please help me identify this font?
I at first thought they were the same family, but after looking at them side by side, at lease the S is different.
Dear Typophile members, the latest issue of TYPO is now hot off the press! Inside you will find an article about Jiří Rathouský from our series mapping out the lives and oeuvres of prominent 20th century Czech graphic designers, accompanies by an as yet unpublished final interview Rathouský gave shortly before he passed away in 2003.
Just need help identifying this. It's the logo/masthead for a Belgian magazine on culture. All tips greatly appreciated!
can you please tell me what font the masthead for gymclassmagazine is?
Thought it was Franklin Gothic Demi Condensed, but the spur of the G is different
i'am bulding a magazine for my graduation project. i examined variety of grid & typography books, and i'm really happy with that. i'think it's time to look at lay-out books. to learn and remember the basics and advance theories about designing layouts.
so i need some suggestions here. what is your favorite book about ,or relative, designing layouts; for magazines, books or anaything upon a grid.
and thank you for intrest.
Can anyone help me identify this beautiful VU Magazine cover font? Looks like Parisine, but I think it's other font...
Beautiful swashes on the "U", "M" and "A" letters! Note also the inktrap on that "M"!
Does anyone know?
The link for the photo is this:
Could anyone point me to any helpful resources on creating interactive PDFs in InDesign CS4? I've found a few tutorials, but I was wondering if there is a quality book/e-book written on the subject.
I am interested in hearing your thoughts on who uses the grid the smartest and most interestingly. Is it a 6,7 or 12 column grid any extra info would be great. Some of the best I can think of are, Esquire, GQ, popular mechanics, GOOD, Monocle and Plastique.
Here are some samples from Anthem magazine's recent redesign
Anyone know which font this is?
I'm working in tandem with two in-house designers on a news magazine redesign. The new nameplate/logotype is a heavily customized amalgamation of Gotham Black and Font Bureau's Anisette Bold (think very wide and bold). The serif we've chosen is Glosa Display for big heads, and Glosa Text for body copy. We're also using Stag, a contemporary slab, for headlines, decks, etc.
Bree was chosen as main typeface for body and titles in Deco, an ethical and ecologically aware French interior magazine.
In most cases, the body text actually uses Bree's alternate characters to ensure best legibility.
It was designed by Ljubomir Djordjevic from the French design studio Commeunarbre.
I'm designing a magazine and I'd like some critique on the fonts used so far.
I'm using Gotham and Stag together I like them as heads and standfirsts but I don't think either are quite right for body copy. Would using a third font for body be overkill?
I want to use Omnes as headline font for a new South African Baby Magazine. Please can someone suggest what condensed / compressed font can be used along with Omnes for cover lines? We are thinking of using Corundum News also by Joshua Darden for the text font throughout.
I am currently working on a magazine design.
It is a tabloid size business magazine.
Any suggestions on the font for the body text?
I was flipping through Eye Magazine the other day and really liked the sans used for the bold headlines. Anyone know what it is? THX
Hi! I am having one hell of a time finding this exact font "Makeovers" on this new issue of House Beautiful. I keep getting close but I cannot seem to find it. Any ideas on the foundry or name? Thank you!
Looking to find out which typeface this is?
Or anything similar to it. The "O" is of most interest.
Thank you in advance!
This typeface was used in FLAUNT issue 103. Any ideas?
anyone got a clue what typeface they used on their latest front cover?
I'm used to eye magazine's practice to publish the fonts they used in each issue, however I couldn't find such an entry in I.D. after flicking several times through it... Maybe you can help?