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….


Antique Elegance Chiseled In Stone: Carrig Pro From Paulo Goode

Early on during his career in graphic design, Paulo Goode had actually ignored some opportunities to branch out into the field of typography. The first came in 1998, when he initially learned the basics of the Fontographer app to create the letter set that would eventually become Carrig Rough. More than a decade passed until,…



Foundry Favorites: Mostardesign

Foundry Favorites is our new blog series that brings focus to the personal favorites of designers, studios, and foundries on YouWorkForThem. Continuing this series, we spoke with Olivier Gourvat from Mostardesign, an independent type foundry in the South West of France. Having worked in the field of graphic design himself, Olivier has a deep understanding…


A Joyful Celebration Of Abstract Paint Texture: Flow

Jim LePage is an artist and graphic designer who found his way into the field in a rather non-traditional way. After working as a preschool teacher for several years, Jim found himself desperate for a change of career in 2003. Following his wife’s suggestion to go back to school, he enrolled in a graphic design…


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,…



Weekly: A Slab Serif With Sans Ambition

Established in 2011 as a subsidiary design studio of LatinoType, Los Andes Type is now a standalone type foundry in Concepción, Chile. Their typefaces tell stories with inspiration found in nature and travel, combined with the designers’ personal tastes and experiences. With the recent addition of new designers, Los Andes Type has developed a brand…

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