· David Berlow
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 ...
That was the tweet at least — a tweet being a Twitter or Twitster writing a headline and delivering it globally at text size, accompanied by a big picture of themselves or something.
But what am I saying — I’m doing it again: Writing a blog. Writing a blog on web fonts. Writing a blog on web fonts for an audience so mixed that I have a choice of confusing some of you all the time, all of you some of the time, and time itself (which I lost a couple times this past week) all the time.
I tell people ...More ...
NEWS, SEEN AND NOTED · October 28, 2009
Last week the venerable Washington Post unveiled its new design, eight months in the making. More a “tweak” than an extreme makeover, the redesign was accomplished by an in-house team in collaboration with Roger Black and his studio. Charles Apple presents a very thorough review of the newspaper’s structural and design changes on his Visual Editors blog, including ample links to other sources and a PDF of The Post’s own special section detailing the changes.
The obvious change to The Post’s body copy font gets noted in several articles. But some of the more subtle changes in ...More ...
NEWS · October 20, 2009
The offbeat charm of Trilby abounds in our October newsletter; FB speaks from the heart of the letter at ATypI Mexico City; Interlínea is now available for free download; Cyrus Highsmith shares How We Read; and a handful of our typefaces are represented in UnderConsideration’s Graphic Design, Referenced.More ...
NEWS · October 7, 2009
Font Bureau unveiled Interlínea, its new Spanish-language promotional piece designed by DaniloBlack Inc., at this year’s SND conference in Buenos Aires. This 12-page tabloid features articles by Roger Black, Cyrus Highsmith, and Ariel Garofalo. It also includes project profiles of prominent publication designers, examples of recent custom typefaces, and new and upcoming typeface releases.
Download a PDF of Interlínea (4.8 MB)
NEWS · September 24, 2009
Highlights of our September newsletter include the new release of Starling; the unveiling our new Spanish-language promotional piece Interlínea at SND in Buenos Aires; Sam Berlow and Kent Lew at TypeCon in Atlanta; Matthew Carter’s lecture series, Genuine Imitations; and Font Bureau’s contribution in the new reference book, 1000 Fonts.
If you missed the July newsletter you can still view it here. The highlights included the new release of Juliana; Palm Pre’s launch with fonts by Font Bureau; Cyrus Highsmith profiled in MyFonts’ Creative Characters; and Dyana Weissman interviewed in the popular design blog Speak Up.More ...
NEWS · June 10, 2009
June 10, 2009 - Boston.
The Palm® Pre™ is already selling out — after great reviews. The revolutionary new user interface is enhanced by new fonts from the Font Bureau.
This past weekend’s notable release of the Palm Pre also saw the debut of custom fonts developed especially for the Pre by the Font Bureau.
To build a unique visual experience for the Pre user, Palm commissioned a suite of fonts from the Font Bureau, a type foundry noted for its many custom designs for major publications and corporations. The fonts, named Prelude, were designed by Font Bureau co-founder David Berlow ...More ...