· David Berlow
NEWS · July 20, 2010
NEWS · June 15, 2010
Nick Sherman, who recently joined Font Bureau spent some time in Denver and reported on the goings-on there. Apparently it’s been a hotbed of activity related to typography and letterpress printing this month. The Pressed exhibit was a highlight, the documentary Typography was screened, and he was invited to speak on a panel discussing letterpress, type, and design. Check out his blog post on Woodtyper for more.
NEWS · April 1, 2010
It could have been a lot worse but things are a bit wet at Font Bureau’s Rhode Island office this week.
NEWS, SEEN AND NOTED · March 29, 2010
Last week Fortune magazine unveiled a bold new look, spearheaded by creative director John Korpics. To herald the new direction, Korpics commissioned Cyrus Highsmith to draw a new logo for the nameplate.
Now entering its 80th year, Fortune magazine has had an illustrious history, often noted for its journalism and photography. A new logo needed to be distinguished, to demonstrate boldness, and to signal success.
NEWS · March 11, 2010
Web Fonts Panel
Web Fonts Party
NEWS · February 26, 2010
[Excerpted from HOW magazine's February 2010 issue, used with permission from the author and publisher.]
Who says the serif is dead? Type expert Allan Haley bucks the sans serif trend, with a look at seven versatile new serif fonts you can add to your type wardrobe. One of them is David Jonathan Ross's Trilby.
Reversed-Stressed Slab Serif
David Jonathan Ross has had a long-standing affinity for the French Clarendon type style. One of his earlier designs, Manicotti, takes the style to its extreme. He said he reveled in exaggerating the "wagon-rut" tracks of horizontal weight distribution. In his ...More ...
NEWS · January 19, 2010
NEWS · January 11, 2010
I will be in America’s dairyland on the 14th to give a talk, sponsored by Design Madison. They suggested that I come in March when it’s warmer but I said no way I grew up in Wisconsin, I am coming in January. Doncha know.
NEWS · December 15, 2009
Our December newsletter’s holiday greeting of spreading hope in any language features Richard Lipton’s Sloop WGL. Allan Haley writes about the story of David Berlow’s Hutch for Rolling Stone. Adding to the buzz about fonts for the web is David Berlow’s interview on FontFeed, and Cyrus Highsmith draws an original scripty masthead for Rhode Island Monthly.
If you missed our November newsletter featuring decorated letters and more, view it here.
NEWS · November 23, 2009
PARIS BEAUTY MEETS A ROLLING STONE
Hutch, from Font Bureau, is a modern interpretation of Cochin, another French typeface. Cochin was first released in about 1915 by the Peignot type foundry in Paris and was based on the lettering of late eighteenth-century French copperplate engravers.
Metal and phototype versions of Cochin were used in some of the first issues of Rolling Stone magazine. When Joe Hutchinson, the magazine’s current art director, approached famed publication designer Roger Black about creating a display typeface for the publication, Black immediately suggested Cochin.More ...