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Atiga: A Classy Sans That Can Do It All

Tyler Finck is a fellow who certainly fits the role of a true “Renaissance man.” Beyond his talents in typography and graphic design, he’s also an accomplished musician, photographer, and filmmaker, among many other things. He lives and breathes creative pursuits, having designed websites, logos, iPhone apps, party games, and even bird feeders. Right now,…


Trouvé Blends Antique Glyphs Into A Contemporary Sans Serif

Felipe Sanzana is the Chilean designer and typographer behind Mum Type, a digital type foundry that is anything but ordinary. Brand new to YouWorkForThem, we’re excited to announce their first product release, Trouvé. A contemporary sans serif crafted with an antique, glyphic style, Trouvé brings the past and present together through every detail of its stylish architecture….


A Finely Balanced Sans Serif: Typold From The Northern Block

Nestled in the historic city of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, The Northern Block is a design studio whose work is known for its innovation, functionality, and far-reaching appeal in the world of graphic design. Much of their work, although certainly not all of it, is centered around the most common themes of our modern world,…


Mensrea: A Style Bundle That Captures The Essence Of Urban Life

Michael Parson is the man behind Typogama Digital Type Foundry in Geneva, Switzerland. Life is pretty much known for taking people in rather unexpected directions from time to time, something that Michael experienced firsthand when he found his way into typography as a career. He had always been a graphic designer first and foremost, working…


Calling Code: A Cute And Friendly Monospaced Font

Ryoichi Tsunekawa first took an interest in abstract art and design as a young man in Nagoya, Japan. Following his extensive college studies for an Architecture major and a Master of Arts degree, his career initially took him down the path toward graphic design and architecture. While working in the field, Ryoichi could often been…



A Perfect Blend Of Script And Sans: Cosmopolitan From Emil Bertell

Emil Bertell got his first taste of graphic design while attending an arts-driven high school. Multimedia courses allowed him to explore typography at an incredibly young age, inspiring him to create and release his first font at just sixteen years old. Even as a teenager, Emil understood the importance of type in graphic design. It’s…


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