Graphit

Livius Dietzel and Tom Hoßfeld originally designed the typeface that would become Graphit[1] for their own projects as a single-weight font named after their studio, Lit. It’s not surprising that…
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ABC Laica

In the type world, utility and inventiveness are hardly new topics of conversation. The useful-aesthetic dichotomy has become a meme[1], and numerous public exchanges[2] have debated what constitutes a typeface’s…
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Free Font: Renesnip-Sans

Creative designer Jorn Slotboom[1] send us his latest free font Renesnip-Sans for download. Exclusive Download at FreeTypography // Renesnip-Sans[2] Never miss a Free Font Enter your email to get FREE blog…
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Brucker

As I tried to choose which typeface to review, I had so many tabs open it’s a mystery my computer didn’t crash — but I found myself clicking back again and again…
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Typefesse

Warning: this review will be full of juvenile humor and cheeky puns. Being holed up with my school-aged kids for the past nine months of 2020 has wreaked havoc on…
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Broome Sound

Broome Sound[1], a custom typeface designed by Tré Seals for the third issue of Umber Magazine[2], intrigues me for several reasons: its important historical reference; its craft; its simple beauty;…
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Roba

At first glance, Roba[1] may appear to be a deco revival display face useful only on rare occasions. And indeed, Franziska Weitgruber has created two subfamilies that echo the geometry-…
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Zangezi Sans

Although Daria Petrova’s Zangezi Sans[1] first appeared on the Future Fonts platform in 2018, most of its developmental releases happened in 2019. I appreciate the energy and idiosyncrasy of these…
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Arvana

Arvana[1], an elegant and kinetic multiscript typeface developed by Noheul Lee, uses western calligraphic features with Hangul brush traits to create dynamic and refined letterforms. The difficulty in creating a…
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Gustella

Thomas Thiemich’s Gustella[1] revisits the extreme-reverse-contrast types that first appeared in the early nineteenth century and formed a small but memorable genre of display typography. It joins a number of…
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