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The enigma of Thérèse Moll

The enigma of Thérèse Moll

Elizabeth Resnick

This young designer is credited with introducing Swiss typography to MIT

 
States of independence

States of independence

Jan Middendorp

The fragmentation of the type market has lead to new ways of examining, acquiring and enjoying typefaces…

 
Originality and inspiration

Originality and inspiration

Peter Bil’ak

It may be unrealistic to expect that every new typeface will be unique and original, but giving up this…

 
They made Canada

They made Canada

John L. Walters

Working against the clock, with virtually no budget, Greg Durrell made a design documentary that shows how…

 
The designer as podcaster

The designer as podcaster

Katie Evans, Gabriela Matuszyk

Podcasts deliver a mini-conference to the smartphone in your pocket

 
Return to the square

Return to the square

John L. Walters

A chance discovery by some builders led to the adaptation and expansion of a 1930s alphabet by one of…

 
Type now: Independence and originality

Type now: Independence and originality

Jan Middendorp, Sarah Snaith, Peter Bil’ak

The following three articles address several issues that are facing type foundries in…
 
Pay it forward

Pay it forward

Sarah Snaith

Rubén Fontana devised a system for teaching typography that is grounded in Argentina’s culture and…

 
Two cheers for publishing

Two cheers for publishing

Rick Poynor

A two-volume book packed with graphic design history is a visual blockbuster, but does little for…

 
Bram de Does: the king of (functional) swing

Bram de Does: the king of (functional) swing

Mark Thomson

An insistence that technology should match design spurred typographer Bram de Does to create two of the…

 
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