Russell McGorman is a designer and artist, living and working in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
I'd like to know the difference between a typographer and a type designer.
Can you provide two definitions with examples, please?
Thanks in advance.
Wilhelm Pischner designed Neuzeit Grotesk for Stempel AG in the late thirties.
Part of a self-initiated research, I've been looking for a portrait photography of him without any success so far.
I've asked Linotype, the Klingspor Museum and the Hessisches Landesmuseum in Darmstadt. Any of these institutions has seen a picture of this designer. Before enquiring at Offenbach's city archives, where he was born, I decided to post on this forum.
Thanks in advance for your help.
I design a magazine, each issue is about a specific city. The next issue will be about Athens, Greece. I am trying to get in touch with any type designers who live and/or work in Greece, preferably Athens. Do you know of anyone?
The past 2 issues of the magazine have used typefaces created by high profile type designers in appropriate cities and I wish to continue this precedent by representing the city through the typography.
Any help or opinions on Greek type please get in touch! thanks. Feel free to email me here: email@example.com
Vassil Kateliev is type and graphic designer based in Varna, Bulgaria. He specializes in designing high quality typefaces and is especially interested in producing cyrillic font sets. Since 2010 he has owned a small, but promising, type design studio called Karandash - Type & Graphic foundry.
Born 1901; died 1972. Designer of Bannikova and Baikonur type families.
This is a list of women who have practiced—or are currently practicing—as a type designer: full-time, part-time, or only sometime. Listed alphabetically by last name.
* = Full-time professional type designer (self-employed or employed at a foundry)
℗ = Published + number of typefaces available by retail or custom fonts credited with her name
✝ = Deceased
No mark indicates an occasional, free-lance, or part-time type designer, or someone who is considerably involved in the production of fonts of any kind