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The Helvetica Killer

November 6, 2016 in uncategorised


While working on the outcomes for typography, I came across this funny fact about our friend Bruno Maag. I can’t say I agree with him, but the part where he compares Helvetica to Julia Roberts is hysterical.

The Helvetica killer


October 11, 2016 in typography

I just came across Alphabettes_header

which is a showcase for work, commentary, & research on type design – with a particular focus on promoting the work of women.
Seems to be a nice mix of news, research and opinion and particularly enjoyed this short article about Imaginary Alphabets



New ‘Noto’ typeface – Research

October 8, 2016 in typography


Interesting article from a research point of view.

Great sketches too.


Type Classification

October 5, 2016 in typography

Type Classification relates to a basic system of ordering types into groups of related categories. These include: Old Style, Transitional, Modern, Egyptian, Sans Serif and Decorative.


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