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MD Polychrome is a retro-futuristic type family inspired by the 1960s typefaces inspired by Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) symbols.
(Via @mass_driver_tm on Twitter)
Design information about Epicene Display and Epicene Text, Baroque typeface families by Kris Sowersby—including notes on camp and supposedly masculine versus feminine typeface design
Given the brief of an alien alphabet for use in a children’s hospital, British type designer Jeremy Tankard put the work in to make something splendid replete with a fictional history and two styles (corporate Sans and informal Hand).
James Edmondson introduces his new typeface family Degular, his attempt to create a boring vanilla sanserif. WIth lovely music from Vulfpeck.
James Edmondson’s exuberant typeface Ohno Blazeface reviewed by Mark Simonson
(Via Typographica on Twitter)
Discórdia is a serif face with a bold that is slightly reverse stress and an italic that has no stress, all of which combine quite harmoniously despite their contrasts. The bold italic is a surprise outlier, with a kind of inside-out stress.
December 2017’s issue of the Font of the Month club is a stylish uncial-inspired typeface called Klooster.
Elfreth is a “casual blackletter” that makes me wish I were art designing for a metal band so I could use it for all their posters.
New font family collaboration between Vulf Records and OH no Type Co.: Vulf Sans, complete with super-cool introductory video.
(Via OH no Type Co on Twitter)
Untitled Sans is a plain, neogrotesk sans validated by the ideas of Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa’s Super Normal project.
ISO, a monospace sanserif font inspired by the engraving on old Nikon and Leica camera dials.
Superfamily of fonts with lots of widths and lots of weights.