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  • This Week in Fonts

    I LOVE TYPOGRAPHY
    Sean Mitchell
    9 Sep 2014 | 1:44 am
    A highly functional sans by HVD Fonts, a powerful script from Dai Foldes, a hard working slab by Fort Foundry, a charming script from Drew Melton, an energetic script by Laura Worthington, a unique text face from Canada Type, a versatile sans by Stone Type Foundry, and an ambitious slab from Hoftype. HVD Fonts: Brix Sans Designed by Hannes von Döhren & Livius Dietzel Brix Sans is a family of 6 weights with matching italics, which works perfectly for corporate & editorial design. Combined with Brix Slab, high and complex typographical challenges can be solved. Dai Foldes: Globe Script…
  • Pan-CJK Partner Profile: SinoType

    The Typekit Blog
    Caleb Belohlavek
    18 Sep 2014 | 12:58 pm
    While developing Source Han Sans, Adobe and Google worked with three different companies to bring the kind of in-country expertise we knew we would need to hit the quality threshold we had set for this typeface family: Iwata Corporation in Japan, Sandoll Communication in Korea, and Changzhou SinoType in China. Over the next couple of weeks we will introduce you to each of them. Pan-CJK fonts can suffer from a major problem. When attempting to create a font which can be used across multiple languages, quite often regional differences are overlooked — undermining the value of the font for…
  • Bonnie Siegler: Dear Bonnie: Not Sure in Northern California

    Design Observer: Main Posts
    Design Observer
    18 Sep 2014 | 8:35 am
    This week Dear Bonnie—our truth-telling advice column from Bonnie Siegler—on how to handle the silent treatment from a client.
  • Trent Whitehead

    Design is Kinky
    Andrew
    18 Sep 2014 | 4:19 pm
    The Mild Manners crew have a new space opening up in Sydney soon and to kick it off they have a show with Aussie artist Trent Whitehead. It opens next week on the 25th. Don’t miss it.
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    DailyType
    17 Sep 2014 | 7:55 am
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    I LOVE TYPOGRAPHY

  • This Week in Fonts

    Sean Mitchell
    9 Sep 2014 | 1:44 am
    A highly functional sans by HVD Fonts, a powerful script from Dai Foldes, a hard working slab by Fort Foundry, a charming script from Drew Melton, an energetic script by Laura Worthington, a unique text face from Canada Type, a versatile sans by Stone Type Foundry, and an ambitious slab from Hoftype. HVD Fonts: Brix Sans Designed by Hannes von Döhren & Livius Dietzel Brix Sans is a family of 6 weights with matching italics, which works perfectly for corporate & editorial design. Combined with Brix Slab, high and complex typographical challenges can be solved. Dai Foldes: Globe Script…
  • This Week in Fonts

    Sean Mitchell
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:15 am
    A fast moving script by Process Type Foundry, a versatile sans from The Northern Block, a decorative serif by Zeune Ink, an energetic script from Sudtipos, a characterful grotesque by Commercial Type, a harmonious slab from Dada Studio, a comfortable sans by Font Bureau, a spirited grotesque from Latinotype, a condensed sans by MCKL, and a neutral face from Type Dynamic. Process Type Foundry: Pique Designed by Nicole Dotin A script with a crisp energy and buoyancy that only the collaboration of paper and screen can lay claim to. The Northern Block: Loew Designed by Jonathan Hill Loew is a…
  • Learning to Love letters!

    johno
    7 Aug 2014 | 9:04 am
    I love letters. All kinds and types of letters: small, large, drawn, sketched, painted, rough, smooth, serif, sans serif, script, roman, italic, oblique, digitized, old and new, uppercase, lowercase, all materials and media, three dimensional… Yes, I love letters, except for those that are poorly or incorrectly proportioned. For those poor ugly letters, I feel pity and sadness. In the hope of creating an appreciation of beautiful letters and avoiding further letterform abuse, I try to share my passion for letterform design with my graphic design, typography and calligraphy students at the…
  • This Week in Fonts

    Sean Mitchell
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:29 am
    A friendly brush script by Nikola Giacintová, a new classic from Jason Vandenberg, a flexible sans by Fatype, fluid & friendly structure from Latinotype, a new sans by Monotype, a multi-colored face from Underware, an elegant serif by FontFont, and a practical sans from Ludwig Type. Nikola Giacintová: Rukola Designed by Nikola Giacintová Rukola is a friendly brush script that follows in the footsteps of sign painting. Jason Vandenberg: Bodoni Sans Designed by Jason Vandenberg Bodoni Sans is a new classic built on the foundation of two centuries of history. Fatype: Beausite Designed by…
  • BundesSans and BundesSerif — truly democratic typefaces

    johno
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:57 pm
    Three years ago MetaDesign Berlin asked us to design a custom Serif and Sans typeface for the German federal government. They had been assigned to redevelop the government’s corporate design with the typefaces as part of the update. The project was to cover all communication issued by the government and their ministries, online or offline, national or international. It was a demanding and interesting task. Though we were accustomed to working on projects like these for corporations, we were now asked to design “for the people”. A custom type design job begins with the definition of…
 
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    The Typekit Blog

  • Pan-CJK Partner Profile: SinoType

    Caleb Belohlavek
    18 Sep 2014 | 12:58 pm
    While developing Source Han Sans, Adobe and Google worked with three different companies to bring the kind of in-country expertise we knew we would need to hit the quality threshold we had set for this typeface family: Iwata Corporation in Japan, Sandoll Communication in Korea, and Changzhou SinoType in China. Over the next couple of weeks we will introduce you to each of them. Pan-CJK fonts can suffer from a major problem. When attempting to create a font which can be used across multiple languages, quite often regional differences are overlooked — undermining the value of the font for…
  • Kit Management is here

    Elliot Jay Stocks
    17 Sep 2014 | 12:10 pm
    For some time now — even before I joined the company — there’s been a Typekit feature I’ve longed for as a user. From the moment my list of kits began to grow, I wanted some sort of kit management tool: a UI that would do a better job than a gigantic drop-down list, and would allow quick access to actions like republishing and deleting. When we rolled out the recent changes to typekit.com in June, including the introduction of the new Kits drop-down, we got some of the way towards that goal. But in lieu of an actual Kit Management page, we simply introduced an updated visual style for…
  • Sites We Like: Menagerie & J. Stark

    Sally Kerrigan
    12 Sep 2014 | 12:10 pm
    This week, we’re looking at two sites with painstakingly-crafted pieces of functional, physical design: some very tangible holds for indoor climbing, and beautiful collection of handmade leather accessories. We love the attention to detail on these websites, the economical design sensibility — and, of course, the typography on display. Menagerie The Menagerie website is a candy store for climbers — particularly anyone setting up their own routes — but even those of us inclined to stay on level ground can appreciate the excellent choice of FF DIN for the typeface on this page. The…
  • Source Han Sans update: New flavors & minor fixes

    Caleb Belohlavek
    12 Sep 2014 | 9:47 am
    We’ve been extremely happy to see such rapid worldwide adoption for Source Han Sans, Adobe’s open source Pan-CJK font. With seven weights, support for multiple languages, and over 65,000 glyphs per font, the Source Han Sans family is naturally complex – so even when we first released it, we expected that improvements and minor adjustments would be necessary. After further testing, and with some great input from our users, we are happy to announce an updated version: Source Han Sans version 1.001. This release features: Slight modifications to some glyphs to further improve their design…
  • Working Late: Claim your spot for Crit Night

    Libby Nicholaou
    8 Sep 2014 | 2:04 pm
    What does a typography critique look like? Well, a lot depends on who’s involved. For a hilarious demonstration of how to cultivate a critical eye for typography in the wild, James Victore’s just-released “Type Safari” makes for a one-of-a-kind tour of Brooklyn and Queens. On October 2nd, for the second event in our Working Late series of type events at Makeshift Society, James will be joining Ellen Lupton and Jason Santa Maria for Crit Night. We’ll be selecting three portfolios for a full typographic review from this accomplished team. What to expect at Crit Night? We’re looking…
 
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    Design is Kinky

  • Trent Whitehead

    Andrew
    18 Sep 2014 | 4:19 pm
    The Mild Manners crew have a new space opening up in Sydney soon and to kick it off they have a show with Aussie artist Trent Whitehead. It opens next week on the 25th. Don’t miss it.
  • Study Of Hair [Melb 26/9]

    Andrew
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:55 pm
  • Colab

    Andrew
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:52 pm
    If you like staring into the sun, or happen to be a four-eyes like me, check out the cool sunnies and optical gear at COLAB. They work with some very cool artists to create their shapes.
  • Leif Podhajsky Show

    Andrew
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:05 pm
    Long time Design is Kinky fav Leif Podhajsky has a show up at Galerie Hors-Champs in Paris. Check it out if your near.
  • Take Workshops

    Andrew
    19 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    Check out the Take Workshops, a series of photography workshops around the globe. The first two will be in New York (23-24 September) and San Francisco (3-5 October). If your in the area check it out as it looks like fun.
 
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    House Industries Show and Tell

  • House Velo Release at Rapha NY Oct. 16

    Rich Roat
    18 Sep 2014 | 9:14 am
    AN EXHIBITION BY HOUSE INDUSTRIES INTRODUCING THE NEW VELO FONT COLLECTION at the Rapha Cycle Club Opening Oct. 16 at 6:00 p.m. With a panel discussion PEDALING DESIGN presented by AIGA NY 64 Gansevoort St, New York, NY RSVP Here Exhibition runs October 16 to October 26
  • Mattson 2 at House Industries

    Jess Riddle
    15 Sep 2014 | 7:05 am
    Saturday, October 4, 8:00 p.m. R.S.V.P. here House Industries, 1145 Yorklyn Rd., Yorklyn, Delaware Man From Anamnesis by The Mattson 2 from their Feeling Hands album released by Galaxia Records in 2011. The video was directed, shot and edited by Michael John Evans. michaeljohnevans.com
  • Ride on with our bidons

    Rich Roat
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:10 pm
    Hydrate with House
  • French & House: Two Decades Together

    Jess Riddle
    11 Sep 2014 | 10:29 am
  • Sachs Powered by Neutraface

    Jess Riddle
    9 Sep 2014 | 10:44 am
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    MarkSimonson.com Notebook

  • Adventures in Roller Calligraphy

    mark@ms-studio.com
    25 Aug 2014 | 3:06 pm
    Most of the calligraphy I’ve done was way back in college when I was studying graphic design, and very little since then. I’m just not that into it, which may seem strange coming from a type designer, but to me they are completely different things. Being good at one doesn’t necessarily make you good at the other; sometimes quite the opposite, I think. In spring of 2013, I went on a tour through Europe with about a dozen other type and printing geeks called Travels In Typography. When we visited Mainz, Germany, home of Johannes Gutenberg, father of movable type, we had the…
  • Coquette

    mark@ms-studio.com
    11 Dec 2013 | 1:18 pm
    As a type designer, it’s hard to anticipate how the fonts you make will be used. When I designed Coquette, I had only vague use scenarios in mind. I was thinking about traditional French scripts and Art Deco sensibilities primarily in terms of formal qualities. Coquette is not a connecting script, but it has many characteristics of connecting scripts. One of these details is the little blob on the inside of the lowercase “o”. It is an extreme simplification of a looping stroke that leads to the next character. To me, things like this are purely formal when I’m making…
  • The Quagmire of Print-Think

    mark@ms-studio.com
    30 Aug 2013 | 7:42 pm
    In the late seventies, personal computers were starting to emerge and generate interest among some people. I was mildly interested, but I had no idea what I would do with one. Suggested uses were things like: storing recipes, an electronic address book, or maybe play computer games like Star Trek. Mostly it seemed to be about writing programs in BASIC to, say, store recipes. Anyway, none of this really got me excited enough about computers to actually buy one. All that changed when I came across a copy of a book by Ted Nelson called Computer Lib / Dream Machines. He wrote the first…
  • Renaissance Anomaly

    mark@ms-studio.com
    30 May 2013 | 7:55 pm
    Reader Ivan Filipov sent me this curiosity from the FOX/Starz tv show Da Vinci’s Demons. I haven’t seen the show, but this is definitely a typographic anachronism. First of all, the typeface Gotham (released in 2002) has no place in Renaissance Italy. Gotham is based on mid-twentieth century American vernacular styles. In the Renaissance, the prevailing style, if it were painted on a wall, would have been something more along the lines of the versal hand (for example, something resembling Goudy Lombardic). That said, the idea that a large painted sign would appear…
  • Dexter’s Mother’s Bread

    mark@ms-studio.com
    22 May 2013 | 9:29 am
    Seen in Centralia, Washington, on November 8, 2012.
 
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    Ralf Herrmann: Wayfinding & Typography

  • Historic “ASCII art” made with a Monotype machine

    Ralf Herrmann
    4 Sep 2014 | 8:47 am
    We all know ASCII art – the creation of computer images with a limited set of Latin letters. But this film from 1939 shows that even Monotype machines where used to create such pictures. Enjoy! Tweet
  • Capital Sharp S designs. The good, the bad and the ugly.

    Ralf Herrmann
    18 Nov 2013 | 4:40 am
    Two years ago I wrote an article with suggestions on how to design a Capital Sharp S (ẞ). Now that over 400 new type families with support for this new character have been released, I thought it would be a good time to review, how the typedesigners have drawn their Capital Sharp S. At first, […]
  • Pictures from the Lettergieterij Amsterdam

    Ralf Herrmann
    15 Oct 2013 | 6:40 am
      The above images are from the 1916 type specimen book “Letterproef der Lettergieterij Amsterdam, vorheen N. Tetterode” Tweet
  • Legibility Research: Type Design for Children with Low Vision

    Ralf Herrmann
    1 Oct 2013 | 5:41 am
    In the last years, Ann Bessemans from Belgium researched how people, especially children with low vision, read type and how this is affected by the design of typefaces. In this guest article she explains her research and findings, and introduces her typeface Matilda, that was developed as a result of the research.  My PhD research […]
  • A Tour through the Haas Type Foundry in 1950

    Ralf Herrmann
    5 Aug 2013 | 7:04 am
    The Haas Type Foundry in Switzerland brought us famous typefaces such as Helvetica (originally called Neue Haas Grotesk). Here are some pictures of the type foundry from around 1950.  Enjoy!   Tweet
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    The FontFeed

  • From Form Bring The Fun Fair To Reasons To Be Creative

    Yves Peters
    4 Sep 2014 | 3:54 pm
    Yesterday another edition of Reasons to be Creative in Brighton, UK closed. This terrific three-day festival is the successor of the legendary Flash On The Beach. Voted “Best Conference of The Year 2013”, it gradually evolved into an inspirational event with a broad scope, mainly focusing on creativity and code. I was honoured to be part of it in 2012 when I provided the Tuesday night’s Inspired session with my movie poster talk and did a livestream from the Influxis Lounge, and last year I had a blast simply attending the friendly conference. Unfortunately I could not make this…
  • FontCast #18 — John Hudson

    Yves Peters
    28 Aug 2014 | 4:23 am
    After an extended hiatus FontCast is back. The origins of FontShop’s video podcast go back to ATypI’s Typ09 conference in Mexico City. Stephen Coles, back then creative director at FontShop, sat down with some of the key players who were leading the way as we headed into the brave new world of web typography. This original series of video interviews was published during our Webfonts Week in November 2009. The series continued beyond these initial interviews. It expanded its scope to feature the most interesting figures in typography, lettering and design talk about their work and their…
  • True Detective Wins 2014 Emmy Award For Outstanding Main Title Design

    Yves Peters
    26 Aug 2014 | 2:52 pm
    Yesterday night the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented the 2013-2014 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards for programs and individual achievements at the 66th Emmy Awards presentation. The Emmy® Awards recognise excellence within various areas of television and emerging media. The Primetime Emmy Award is a symbol of peer recognition from over 15,000 Television Academy members, with each member casting a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise. As typography (and other arts related to the alphabet like calligraphy, lettering, graffiti, etc.) are the…
  • FontWalk 3 Strolls/Scrolls Through Noteworthy Releases

    Yves Peters
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:22 am
    FontShop launched the third instalment of their scrolltastic interpretation of the type catalogue / specimen / newsletter with FontWalk 3. This award-winning microsite – nominated for Jahr der Wer­bung 2013, Silver at the Eu­ro­pean De­sign Awards 2014, and Gold at the Annual Multimedia Award 2014 – in­tro­duces new typefaces and high­lights in­ter­est­ing top­ics. By adding movement it takes the viewer quite literally on a journey from one typeface to the next, showcasing the features of the fonts and illus­trating their unique qual­i­ties. Concise…
  • Hans Eduard Meier Passes Away At Age 91

    Yves Peters
    11 Aug 2014 | 10:29 am
    Like I mentioned in my announcement of the TDC Medal 2014 for contemporary type design powerhouse David Berlow, mid-July was a week of both celebration and sadness in the world of type design and typography. On Tuesday, July 15 Swiss type designer Hans Eduard Meier passed away peacefully, aged 91. If his name doesn’t immediately ring a bell, the name of his typeface certainly will be familiar. Syntax is one of the best-known sans serif typefaces. Even more, I would like to make a case for it being the first true humanist sans, a genre that reached new heights of popularity around the turn…
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    Type Specimen Pool

  • Überschrift typeface

    15 Sep 2014 | 8:22 am
    Ralf_H. has added a photo to the pool: www.myfonts.com/fonts/fdi/uberschrift/ www.fonts.info
  • Überschrift typeface

    15 Sep 2014 | 8:19 am
    Ralf_H. has added a photo to the pool: www.myfonts.com/fonts/fdi/uberschrift/ www.fonts.info
  • Überschrift typeface

    15 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    Ralf_H. has added a photo to the pool: www.myfonts.com/fonts/fdi/uberschrift/ www.fonts.info
  • Überschrift typeface

    15 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    Ralf_H. has added a photo to the pool: www.myfonts.com/fonts/fdi/uberschrift/ www.fonts.info
  • Specimen Jacno

    11 Sep 2014 | 6:13 am
    -ep- has added a photo to the pool: in Supplément à La France Graphique, décembre 1951. Jacno, par Marcel Jacno, publié par Debrny & Peignot
 
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    The FontGear Blog

  • Typeface Tuesday: Ryman Eco

    fontgear
    10 Sep 2014 | 7:13 pm
    It’s Typeface Tuesday on a Wednesday! This short documentary was too good to save for next week, so here it is a little early – or late? Ryman Eco was designed specifically to reduce the environmental impact of printing. You can also download it for free at their website here.
  • Daily Doodle Gram

    fontgear
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:38 am
    This short documentary by Like Knows Like follows Geffen Refauli - a freelance illustrator in Tel Aviv, Isreal who started a project on instagram called @DailyDoodleGram.
  • Typeface Tuesday: Strukture

    fontgear
    12 Aug 2014 | 1:10 pm
    Strukture designed by Bonnie Cheng. “Strukture is a typeface design best used as a display font in a medium to large size; suitable for posters and headings. Each letter is designed with a simplified form, contrasting solid shapes to light line formations, giving the typeface a structural quality.” ~Bonnie Cheng
  • The Power of Quiet

    fontgear
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:22 pm
    In this short from RSA animate author Susan Cain explains why the world needs a stronger balance of both introverts and extroverts.
  • Typeface Tuesday: Telefon

    fontgear
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:25 am
    Telefon is based on lettering from original Norwegian phone booths. You can see in the first photo the original design by architect Georg Fredrik Fasting on the top, and the typeface by Sindre Bremnes for Monokrom just underneath.
 
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    I LOVE TYPOGRAPHY

  • This Week in Fonts

    Sean Mitchell
    9 Sep 2014 | 1:44 am
    A highly functional sans by HVD Fonts, a powerful script from Dai Foldes, a hard working slab by Fort Foundry, a charming script from Drew Melton, an energetic script by Laura Worthington, a unique text face from Canada Type, a versatile sans by Stone Type Foundry, and an ambitious slab from Hoftype. HVD Fonts: Brix Sans Designed by Hannes von Döhren & Livius Dietzel Brix Sans is a family of 6 weights with matching italics, which works perfectly for corporate & editorial design. Combined with Brix Slab, high and complex typographical challenges can be solved. Dai Foldes: Globe Script…
  • This Week in Fonts

    Sean Mitchell
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:15 am
    A fast moving script by Process Type Foundry, a versatile sans from The Northern Block, a decorative serif by Zeune Ink, an energetic script from Sudtipos, a characterful grotesque by Commercial Type, a harmonious slab from Dada Studio, a comfortable sans by Font Bureau, a spirited grotesque from Latinotype, a condensed sans by MCKL, and a neutral face from Type Dynamic. Process Type Foundry: Pique Designed by Nicole Dotin A script with a crisp energy and buoyancy that only the collaboration of paper and screen can lay claim to. The Northern Block: Loew Designed by Jonathan Hill Loew is a…
  • Learning to Love letters!

    johno
    7 Aug 2014 | 9:04 am
    I love letters. All kinds and types of letters: small, large, drawn, sketched, painted, rough, smooth, serif, sans serif, script, roman, italic, oblique, digitized, old and new, uppercase, lowercase, all materials and media, three dimensional… Yes, I love letters, except for those that are poorly or incorrectly proportioned. For those poor ugly letters, I feel pity and sadness. In the hope of creating an appreciation of beautiful letters and avoiding further letterform abuse, I try to share my passion for letterform design with my graphic design, typography and calligraphy students at the…
  • This Week in Fonts

    Sean Mitchell
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:29 am
    A friendly brush script by Nikola Giacintová, a new classic from Jason Vandenberg, a flexible sans by Fatype, fluid & friendly structure from Latinotype, a new sans by Monotype, a multi-colored face from Underware, an elegant serif by FontFont, and a practical sans from Ludwig Type. Nikola Giacintová: Rukola Designed by Nikola Giacintová Rukola is a friendly brush script that follows in the footsteps of sign painting. Jason Vandenberg: Bodoni Sans Designed by Jason Vandenberg Bodoni Sans is a new classic built on the foundation of two centuries of history. Fatype: Beausite Designed by…
  • BundesSans and BundesSerif — truly democratic typefaces

    johno
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:57 pm
    Three years ago MetaDesign Berlin asked us to design a custom Serif and Sans typeface for the German federal government. They had been assigned to redevelop the government’s corporate design with the typefaces as part of the update. The project was to cover all communication issued by the government and their ministries, online or offline, national or international. It was a demanding and interesting task. Though we were accustomed to working on projects like these for corporations, we were now asked to design “for the people”. A custom type design job begins with the definition of…
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    TypeEd: Fundamentals of Typography » Rag Right

  • Sara Pastrana Mends Curse Words

    Rachel Elnar
    4 Sep 2014 | 11:21 pm
    Sara Pastrana works as a senior designer for a non-profit in Santa Monica designing publications and create branding for events. She enjoys working at her "regular" job during the week where my designs are to fit within a defined structure. And then she works on her personal design projects that combine both craft and design where she's free to go as far as her imagination can go. And, far, she does go.
  • The In-House Type: USC University Communications

    Rachel Elnar
    9 Aug 2014 | 5:27 pm
    "Two words: Flex Friday," says Sheharazad Fleming, Art Director at USC. "We tend to slow down a bit over the month of July, during which, our creatives are each encouraged to take a Friday break from the office to seek out inspiration."
  • The In-House Type: The Hollywood Reporter

    Rachel Elnar
    30 Jun 2014 | 7:03 pm
    "In my experience, learning and enhancing typography skills comes fairly organically from working on pages for the magazine every day," says Kelsey Stefanson, Assistant Art Director at The Hollywood Reporter. "It's a fun 'learn the rules before you can break them' environment." Typography is truly integrated with the business of editorial design, because your goal is to create interaction with the reader. That's why TypeEd spoke to Stefanson about how The Hollywood Reporter keeps typography fresh in their work.
  • The In-House Type: The Honest Company

    Rachel Elnar
    13 Jun 2014 | 5:04 pm
    Tim Hankins didn't go to art school, he studied advertising. Hankins cut his teeth in the world of design at the crossroads of music and the Internet in the late 90s. He's now the Director of Design at The Honest Company, and been with the company since October 2011 before the company had any products or even a website.
  • Corey Miller Captures Signs Of The Times

    Rachel Elnar
    12 May 2014 | 11:02 pm
    Corey Miller was drawn to the entertainment business so he got his degree in film and television studies at California State University, Northridge. He became a writer and producer for television with credits including CSI, CSI: Miami, Body of Proof, and Reckless. However, living Southern California, he always noticed vintage signs while driving around, so he started to capture them. These beautiful images really got our attention.
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