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Regular Bold Italic

by sbrothier
Regular Bold Italic (RBI) is a collaboration between Jeff Schreiber and Timo Kuilder. Two Dutch graphic designers with a passion for letter design. It's true that we didn't spend years and years creating the new DIN or a twenty four-folded Helvetica. Our perfection lies in exciting shapes and fonts with character.

BLKBK | Quality Fonts & Handset Vector Type - Headline/Display/Scripts Fonts

by sbrothier
BLKBK is a graphic design and visual communications studio specializing in type, lettering, brand identity, art direction, and design for print and web.


The Fonts - Lato

by sbrothier
Lato is a sanserif type­face fam­ily designed in the Sum­mer 2010 by Warsaw-​​based designer Łukasz Dziedzic (“Lato” means “Sum­mer” in Pol­ish). In Decem­ber 2010 the Lato fam­ily was pub­lished under the open-​​source Open Font License by his foundry tyPoland, with sup­port from Google.


Font War: Inside the Design World's $20 Million Divorce - Businessweek

by sbrothier
Gotham is one hell of a typeface. Its Os are round, its capital letters sturdy and square, and it has the simplicity of a geometric sans without feeling clinical. The inspiration for Gotham is the lettering on signs at the Port Authority, manly works using “the type of letter that an engineer would make,” according to Tobias Frere-Jones, who is widely credited with designing the font for GQ magazine in 2000. Critics have praised Gotham as blue collar, nostalgic yet “exquisitely contemporary,” and “simply self evident.”

10 Foundries We Heart | Design in the browser with web fonts and real content — Typecast

by sbrothier
As we bring February to a close—a month for all things lovey dovey—Jake and Dan have teamed up to bring you 10 of typography’s most crush-worthy foundries.



by sbrothier
“WHIMSICAL, EXTRAVAGANT AND SO INFUSED WITH CHARACTER” Is a bit of what’s being said about our fonts. (And we are delighted to hear it.)


Type Foundry | 29 Arabic Letters | Droid Naskh

by sbrothier
Droid Naskh is an Arabic type designed in 2010 for use in Google™ products such as Google Chrome™ and Android™. Designed to complement the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic provided in the Droid Serif family, the Arabic matches the color, alignment and design detail of the Droid Serif allowing them to be used together for multi-lingual typesetting. This Naskh style is optimized for reading Arabic script on screen. Droid Naskh was designed in collaboration with Ascendercorp and Google to ensure that all the requirements for a screen and web font are met. Google performed several surveys and tests on the fonts during the design and development process.


Suitcase Type Foundry - iPad application

by sbrothier
A new generation of type specimens. Type Specimen is the first font viewer for iPad, revolutionizing the way digital fonts are presented today. It's an ideal tool for people who need to select fonts for projects - be it magazine design, corporate identity design, web applications, or book typesetting. Type Specimen is a quick and easy way to navigate the type foundry, containing over two hundred original font styles. Type Specimen allows you to categorize individual fonts, make comparisons, or see details of specific glyphs. All of this for free of course.



by sbrothier
Without difficulty, Japanese people use a combination of four different types of character systems: kanji,hiragana, katakana, and the English alphabet. This is a very unusual system not seen in any other country in the world. Each of the kanji characters, forming the core of the Japanese writing system, usually serves also as a word. Elements of Japanese culture have been embedded in these kanji characters through their forms and images. In addition,most kanji characters have two or more pronunciations and a variety of meanings.

FF DIN Web Pro | Font Download | FontShop

by sbrothier
Web fonts are optimized for use on the web and will work only in web browsers.

Buy fonts at FontShop, host them on Typekit « The Typekit Blog

by sbrothier (via)
It’s hard to believe that it has only been three months since we launched Typekit — so much has happened in the webfont world in such a short time. We’ve been inspired recently by beautiful redesigns, increasingly sophisticated browser support, and many more foundries choosing to embrace @font-face.


Carver & Veen {39} Typekit - Podcast Episodes - CreativeXpert Design Interviews

by sbrothier
Typekit Makes Sites Pretty. That should be enough, but there’s so much more! In this episode, Ryan Carver and Greg Veen join us from Small Batch Inc., the makers of Typekit. Typekit aims to solve all of the problems that currently prevent web designers from using commercial typefaces in their designs. Every major desktop browser will support linking to custom fonts from within your site’s CSS using @font-face. You can then use these fonts on your web site without users having to install the fonts on their system beforehand. => This really is going to change web design

Typedia: A Shared Encyclopedia of Typefaces

by sbrothier & 6 others
A Shared Encyclopedia of Typefaces Typedia is a resource to classify, categorize, and connect typefaces.

YouTube - Heroine a promotional trailer

by sbrothier
A promotional trailer for the typeface Heroine. Heroine is inspired by the typeface Windsor, designed by Eleisha Pechey in 1905.

Fontfabric™ Type Foundry

by sbrothier & 8 others
Our goal is to create high-quality fonts which stand in a unique class of their own, and which will serve as a good base for any designer project whether it be web, print, t-shirt design, logo etc. Every week, a new and totally unique font will be rolled out of production, which you can easily buy or download free of charge. To stay posted on the latest available fonts from our foundry, you can subscribe to our RSS feed.

Darden Studio

by brianj1400 & 1 other
Exceptional type design studio in New York, akin to HTF. Check out Freight Display

2007 | Digital type foundry for original typefaces

by ptibat
New interface of the website for this month May 2007. + New font package : "monospaced" + New special offer : font = 4eur

Anivers :: a Free Quality Font from exljbris

by sbrothier
The name Anivers –as you might have guessed– is derived from the word anniversary. Anivers celebrates the anniversary of Smashing Magazine.

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