Designed by Chester Jenkins for the Smithsonian’s Design Museum, Cooper Hewitt is “a contemporary sans serif, with characters composed of modified-geometric curves and arches.” And best of all, it’s yours to download.
Aaron Draplin does logo design in 15 minutes
Steve Jobs praises the legendary creative problem solver in this 1993 interview.
James Victore on a “Type Safari” through Brooklyn
Friends of Type are prolific. For this new box set produced by Princeton Architectural Press, the cross-continental design collective have compiled 100 of their favorite designs produced over the years and turned them into postcards. Featuring slogans, sayings, and salutations, the set is as much a study in letterform as it is a place form letters on.
Lewis Mitchell of Arion Press in San Francisco
This self-published book by CLOWN TITS Crew features 86 pages of style inspiration.
Harnessing a desire to be “the casual script choice for everyone including the typographically savvy,” an Australian graphic designer has updated Comic Sans in a simple typeface called Comic Neue.
Filmmaker Alex Sanders takes a look at the mind of a Logophobic and what it is that makes a “Scary Logo” so scary.
Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones before the split.
Directed & Produced by Dress Code
Isolated headlines from the day Kennedy was assassinated. Compiled by Christian Annyas.
Issue C of Gratuitous Type, the pamphlet of typographic smut, features 48 pages of lovely letters and conversations with Hato Press, Hvass & Hannibal and Studio Lin, among others, plus a 6-page centerfold and a print created by Jordy van den Nieuwendijk. So sexy.
“The silent revenge of Comic Sans”