1. Optically centred.
2. Optically centred.
3. Despite character name, these are not usually cedilla form, but instead comma below. Optically centred.
4. Optically centred.
5. Either above the stem o… ((more))
The thing that strikes me about the crystal goblet metaphor — or, indeed, the window metaphor — is the lack of a need for any metaphor to state that good typography does not interfere with or distrac… ((more))
Are we going to repeat every single Typophile discussion on TypeDrawers?
Formal writers regularly rotate the pen or brush to write Z with a thicker downstroke: that is part of the ductus of this let… ((more))
I thought we established years ago, on Typophile, that even the most calligraphically inspired typeface design is at most parachirographic in nature, because of a) the distinctive aspects of the medi… ((more))
Hey yes, I need to pay the hosting bill, nothing complex. I've been in holiday-mode for a full year so I didn't cared very much. But hopefully I'll get back to working-mode tomorrow or so (after the … ((more))
Types like Braggadocio are why I was only half-kidding with the positive spaces joke. Such types remind me of those formative design lessons in gestalt, where everything is defined in spat… ((more))