Expect this to grow and grow as time passes.
85,568 characters. One has to have infinite patience in order to design a balanced font with that many characters.
Quartz offers a great post on fonts here, including a brief history and the painstaking methods used to make a proper Chinese font.
Many thanks to Ralf Herrmann for posting this video presented by Aleksandra Samulenkova on the peculiarities of Latvian letterforms and typography.
Fonts in the Freight collection are popular picks, and it’s easy to see why. Check out how two very different sites create their own unique looks with thoughtful pairings of varied weights and styles. Lu Yu Lu Yu‘s portfolio site makes gorgeous use of Freight Big — not a usual choice for longer text sections, but […]
I have a deep love of typography. There’s something rather magical about letterforms, especially of those which aren’t seen so often in our culture, like those of the Glagolitic alphabet, the Georgian and Armenian alphabets, and both Arabic and Persian scripts.
Adrienne Raphel of The Paris Review does a wonderful job articulating her love of the letterform.
I love typography, but I rarely post on it. This needs to be remedied!
Very sad news from the world of typography, a passion I’ve had for many years. One of the people whose works I’ve admired for more than 20 years, Adrian Frutiger, passed away on the 12th of September. He was 87. If you know anything about graphic design, you will have surely come across his work.
Not a true wiki, but a place to house links. If you’re an interesting net-label or a radically interesting band, film-maker or writer who wishes to be archived here, let me know.
Typography is a passion of mine, if only as an observer. I love the printed page and the art people can make with letters. On that note, I Love Typography highlights some of the best craftsmen of the trade.