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September 29, 2004

Font Bureau presents at Atypi

September 29th – October 3rd Prague — Font Bureau Designers (past and past alike) gather for the annual international typographic gathering Atypi. President David Berlow, JF Porchez, Gerard Unger, and John D. Berry present “Daily Type,” a lecture of newspaper typography. Senior Designer Cyrus Highsmith discusses revamping Rhode Island School of Design’s Typography I curriculum and participates in the education panel along with Erik van Blokland. Christian Schwartz profiles his “Accidental Typeface” commissioned for the Houston Chronicle.

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September 17, 2004

Cyrus Highsmith in USA Today

September 17th — Font Bureau Senior Designer Cyrus Highsmith is expert witness to Kevin Drinkard and Dave Moniz’ “Memos debate eclipses content” article in USA Today. Highsmith offered insight into the authenticity of debated presidential military records as the media discusses forensic typography.

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August 27, 2004

Font Bureau and Natural Health redesign in Dynamic Graphics

August 2004 — Danilo Black’s redesign of Natural Health was featured in Dynamic Graphics magazine as one of “15 Launches on Target.” Key to the revamp’s success are Font Bureau’s “rival siblings” sanserif Amira, which was created for the redesign, and serif Prensa families.

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July 28, 2004

Cyrus Highsmith’s “Design Hero”

July 28th, 2004 — Senior Designer Cyrus Highsmith, a frequent speaker on typographic education, remembers his early days at Font Bureau apprenticing under President David Berlow. His recollection was published on AIGA’s “Design Heroes” forum. Valuable lessons were learned, and sheep never looked the same afterwards.

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July 25, 2004

Font Bureau awarded in Brno Bienniele 2004

July, 2004 Brno — Senior Designer Cyrus Highsmith’s Amira received the Special Award for Type Creation in the Brno Bienniele 2004 competition, Font Bureau designer Christian Schwartz also received recognition for his Amplitude, and upcoming Farnham.

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July 22, 2004

Font Bureau presents at Typecon 2004

July 22nd – 25th, San Francisco— Font Bureau founder Roger Black led off the annual gathering hosted by Society of Typographic Aficionados, retelling his days in San Francisco with Jim Parkinson working on Rolling Stone, and where they went from there. The conference hosted several presentations from Font Bureau designers. Jim Parkinson later gave a tag team review of his work with Dave Ferry. Senior designer Cyrus Highsmith illustrated how he reworked the Rhode Island School of Design Typography curriculum with his “Do you ever dream of type?” lecture. Christian Schwartz and Dyana Weissman appeared on the Young Guns II panel ...

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July 15, 2004

Amira awarded by AIGA 365 25 2004

July 2004 — Senior Designer Cyrus Highsmith’s original calligraphic sanserif family Amira was one of only three families recognized by the 365: AIGA Annual Design Competition’s in the Typography category. The 365 25 book and exhibit will available in 2005.

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June 23, 2004

Font Bureau sweeps TDC2 2004

June 23rd New York — Senior Designer Cyrus Highsmith and Christian Schwartz each take home several Awards of Typographic Excellence from the annual Type Directors Club TDC2 competition. Highsmith was awarded a judge’s choice for Amira. Winning entries include: Zócalo, a family created for Mexico City daily El Universal; Farnham, an upcoming family inspired by the work of Johann Fleischman, Houston, a venetian oldstyle drawn for the Houston Chronicle; and Amplitude, an expansive sanserif family.

The TDC02 2004 exhibit is touring internationally, beginning in New York.

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NEW TYPE · May 18, 2004

New Styles of Interstate

Interstate, one of the archetypal font families of our time, has grown due to the constant request for more.

Font Bureau is proud to release Interstate Monospaced, adapted for situations where the luxury of proportionally spaced characters aren’t an option or inappropriate. Character width for Interstate Monospaced Black, Bold, Regular, and Light meet the international standard.

New Interstates do not stop there, four Condensed Italics (Black, Bold, Regular, and Light) were drawn for emphasis within tight copyfit situations.

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For a press kit or more information, please email info@fontbureau.com or call Harry Parker or Robb ...

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May 17, 2004

Font Bureau in STEP Inside Design

May 2004 — STEP Inside Design’s annual Type Issue thoroughly featured Font Bureau.

Editors asked Matthew Carter to interview a young talented type designer. He chose Cyrus Highsmith. The duo have worked together before on Miller Daily and are close, though this was their first formal forum to discuss type, their influences, and love of different languages.

Allan Haley’s article on custom typography quoted President David Berlow on his work for LA Times and upcoming family FB Titling Gothic.

Rascally Hermann Puterschein reviews Christian Schwartz’s Amplitude.

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