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SEEN AND NOTED · October 17, 2013

Sign Painters Review

As far as type and lettering related movies go, I found myself enjoying this one most of all…

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NEWS, SEEN AND NOTED · December 18, 2012

Ready for Liftoff: Le Jet

Just a few days after we released Serge, the fonts are already being used by the premier purveyor of personal propulsion, Le Jet! Peruse the dynamic online catalog of this retro-forward-thinking enterprise, revel in the clever copy rendered entirely in webfonts from Webtype, and (if you’re using a modern browser like IE 10, Chrome 22 or Firefox 4 or later) delight in the OpenType swash caps.

Can’t get enough of this ultra moderne technologie? Cyrus Highsmith is posting more of his original Le Jet graphics on his personal blog, Cyrumblr.


SEEN AND NOTED · August 20, 2012

Font Bureau at TypeCon 2012

Every time I come back from TypeCon, I always promise myself I am not going to ramble on about how awesome it was for days after it’s over. But once again, I’ve failed. TypeCon 2012 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: You were wonderful!

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SEEN AND NOTED · July 25, 2012

Brimfield

Ever wonder where your friend the typophile got all those cool letters to decorate their home? There are antique shops and flea markets everywhere, but nothing beats Brimfield. Even its websites are old-fashioned!

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SEEN AND NOTED, SKETCHES, WEB FONTS · April 13, 2012

star wars

The Star Wars website is using Antenna, thanks to Webtype. I think that makes me a Jedi knight! I feel a great disturbance in the letter spacing in the Star Wars logo…


SEEN AND NOTED · October 5, 2011

FB Titling Gothic: the new (type)face of Central Park

Green and friendly is the new face of New York City's Central Park, and FB Titling Gothic is its new typeface.

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SEEN AND NOTED · October 4, 2011

Font Bureau at SND STL

Freshly back from this year's Society for News Design Conference in St. Louis, I am hopeful and inspired for what lies ahead in the world of news design, both digital and print.

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SEEN AND NOTED · August 29, 2011

MAD Magazine’s Spy vs. Spy 50th Anniversary

As a little girl, I often perused my brother’s comics. X-Men, Tales from the Crypt, and MAD Magazine were just a few. One of my favorite pieces in MAD was Spy vs. Spy, where the Black and the White spies found interesting ways to kill each other. Cartoonish violence aside, I was always fascinated by their creativity. And I always rooted for the Black Spy.

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SEEN AND NOTED · July 22, 2011

Review of “Making Faces: Metal Type in the 21st Century”

“I know this may look insane, but it works for me.”

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SEEN AND NOTED · March 25, 2011

practice practice practice

Laurie Rosenwald spotted our typeface, Loupot at Carnegie Hall.

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