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NEWS · June 8, 2007

traveling again...

I will do a presentation at the HOW conference in Atlanta on Monday, June 11. This is what it will look like. You don’t want to miss that now, do you?

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NEWS · April 17, 2007

Typografisk Fredag

Pelle Anderson invited me to Stockholm to give a presentation about my work. It will happen this Friday, April 20 at the Royal Library. Come check it out if you are in the neighborhood!

Here is more information in English and Swedish.

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NEWS · April 11, 2007

Without a Caslon

Steven Heller, art director/author/co-author/editor/etc, asked me some interesting questions about type design. I mumbled some responses. Somehow he was able to edit it all into a coherent interview for the online publication Voice: AIGA Journal of Design. Check it out!

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NEWS · September 30, 2004

Font Bureau presents at SNDSJ

September 30th – October 2nd, San Jose. Font Bureau General Manager Sam Berlow moderates “How Do You Choose Typography?” panel of leading designers Theo Fels of Danilo Black, Kristen Powell of Creative Circle, and Deborah Withey of The Virginia-Pilot at the annual gathering of Society of News Designers, hosted by the San Jose Mercury News. The panel compared their process, where they start and how they compare type catering to a newspapers’ readership.

Font Bureau founder Roger Black ...

Font Bureau’s Fall 2004 News Specimen was also unveiled, highlighting outstanding redesigns from our clients and previewing two upcoming Font Bureau families ...

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NEWS · September 5, 2001

Font Bureau Announces its 3rd Edition Specimen Book

September, 2001 Boston — The Font Bureau, Inc., an independent digital type foundry, introduces its newest publication, Font Bureau Type Specimens Third Edition, an invaluable resource for type users and type lovers.

Font Bureau approached this new specimen book as more than an expanded version of 1997’s Second Edition, opting instead to rework the book from the ground up, reorganizing and adding many features to make a more useful resource, while keeping the popular specimen format.

Like the previous editions, Font Bureau Type Specimens Third Edition showcases Font Bureau’s ever-expanding Retail Library, the most comprehensive collection of digital typefaces ...

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