Fonts

A Dulcet Handwritten Script From Peter Langpeter And URW: LP Harmonia

Peter Langpeter is a German cartographer, calligrapher, illustrator, logo designer, and typographer who runs his own studio, LP Design. After receiving his education as a cartographer, where he focused on drawing fonts, he spent years working on maps and nautical charts. As the map industry made its transition to digital, Peter shifted to graphic design….



A Handwritten Sans Serif From Cultivated Mind: Northwoods

Cindy Kinash is a graphic designer and typographer who’s always had an interest in art and design, even as a young child. When she reached adulthood, Cindy attended the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology to get her degree in Graphic Communications, after which she focused on apparel graphics and t-shirt designs. Her background in art…


A Contemporary Sans Serif Steeped In 20th Century History: Gardner Sans

Lewis McGuffie is always hard at work and immersed in his passion: graphic design and lettering. Based in Tallinn, Estonia, the British-born artist has a solid background in custom type, branding, illustration, and hand painted signage. One look at his body of work is all you’ll need to see that he’s an absolute master of…



Unlucky: A Pessimistic Blackletter Script For Delivering Bad News

There is something about 1950s design that never goes out of style. Just about everyone will recognize the hallmark traits of midcentury American design, whether it’s because they lived through those years first-hand, or they lived vicariously through watching syndicated television shows and old movies. No matter what generation you belong to, the nostalgia of…



Celebrating Two Centuries Of Sans Serif Typefaces: Brother 1816

When Vicente Lamónaca, Fernando Diaz, and Martin Sommaruga made the decision to quit their graphic design jobs to establish a type foundry, they leapt into the new endeavor with both feet (and perhaps a little trepidation). It was certainly a bold move, but it seems the best decisions usually are — you just never know…


Midcentury Hardware Design At Your Fingertips: Transistor From RetroSupply Co.

Dustin Lee grew up enamored with the design aesthetics of midcentury America. His first introduction to the iconic style came with his discovery of comic books, old hardware boxes, and cone-top beer cans found in his uncle’s garage. While he admired the texture and authenticity of the original objects, he found it nearly impossible to…

Newer Posts
Older Posts
Download Free Stuff