The favorite fonts of the Danish designer
Anders Francker and Francker selections
for just 39 USD/EUR* each

Although he originally trained to become an engineer, Anders Francker currently also works as a font designer. He now reveals on Linotype.com which six typefaces he most admires. Born in 1972 in Denmark, Francker initially worked as an engineer, during which time he became [...]

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Vialog adorns Japanese highway signs

Vialog, published in 2002 by Professor Werner Schneider and Helmut Ness, adorns many public systems, including the Munich public transportation system or the Spanish railway. Now it is also used for the English labeling of all Japanese highway signs. This was made possible through the collaboration of renowned [...]

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The last font design by Roy Cole:
the elegant, rhythmic Coleface

Shortly before his death in 2012, the Briton Roy Cole created an elegant, rhythmic and readily legible sans serif – Coleface. It is characterized by its striking and clearly defined letter forms that provide Coleface with a neutral and thus flexible quality, [...]

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New Release: Bradley Texting – a typeface
with a personal touch

With Bradley Texting, designer Richard Bradley has published a continuation of his font families Bradley Hand and Bradley Type, published in the 1990s. Bradley overcame the rough forms of Bradley Hand with the smoother Bradley Type. He subsequently wanted to further expand his script fonts and create [...]

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Interesting article on Gill Sans in the
Forum magazine

In the September issue of Forum – Journal of Letter Exchange, Dan Rhatigan explores the emergence of the popular Gill Sans. The Monotype Type Director has rummaged in the British archives and highlights the most interesting finds of the font designed in 1928 by Eric Gill. The article [...]

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The Neue Haas Unica from Toshi Omagari
now available in an Ultra Light style

With the Neue Haas Unica, Toshi Omagari has brought the past into the present. The designer, already well-known for Metro Nova, his successful redesign of the famous Metro, has worked on print fonts from the 1980s and became very interested [...]

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Designer Sarah Lazarevic’s favorite fonts
and the Rameau family for 39 Euros

The French typographer and designer Sarah Lazarevic lives and works in France. She works for large clients such as the French Post Office, teaches graphic art and typography in Paris, and works on copper engravings in her spare time. She now presents exclusively for Linotype.com [...]

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Fonts Designed by the Homeless:
Homelessfonts Initiative Now Available on Linotype.com

The Spanish Arrels Foundation has launched a project called Homelessfonts. In the project, homeless people in Barcelona designed five fonts that are now available internationally. The organization aims to raise awareness of the lives of the homeless and to offer some [...]

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Gold for Bree Serif at the
European Design Awards 2014

On May 24th Bree Serif won gold in the category 27. Original Typeface in the highest rank at the 2014 European Design Awards. Every year, the ED Awards select the best graphic designs, digital designs and illustrations from the previous year in 35 categories. Bree Serif is the serif counterpart to Bree, [...]

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Typography on music covers:
Rock Music Cover Fonts Selection
on Linotype.com

Album covers offer the viewer a first glance into the musical world beneath the packaging. And the variations and distinctions in the cover designs are just as diverse as the genres of music – particularly when it comes to the [...]

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