There is a distinction between how lay end-readers react, and type-aware professionals. As a type drawer, you said you would like to see type more cleverly imitating analog media, rather than actual … (View Post)
Ditto that, Mark.
Passive income is better than fee-for-service, no matter how hefty, and there is plenty of it in retail fonts.
The idea that we should prioritize working for fee is favored by th… (View Post)
If the purpose of display type style is, more so than body text, to signify a certain kind of tonality (such as artistic), then ironically, mimicking an “organic” process defeats that purpose, bec… (View Post)
An image search for “chop suey font” will deliver many!
I’ve always liked Ernst Schneidler’s Legende of 1937, perhaps because it is more connotative than denotative… subtle and evocative, rather… (View Post)