Fonts & Typefaces

History of Typography: French Connection

While Germany and Italy were nurturing a growing fascination with type, France was busy fighting the Hundred Years War, which lasted from 1337 to 1453. When the Hundred Years War reached its end, France’s artistic influence expanded under a desire to invigorate its national culture. Before we explore the origins

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History of Typography: Italian Inspiration

Our journey through the history of typography continues in Italy. But before we dive into how Italy inspired a typographical revolution, let’s briefly recap how we got there. The Highlights The Western printing press and moveable type were invented around 1450. Shortly after, a man named Johannes Gutenberg printed one

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History of Typography: Humble Beginnings

When I first sat down to write about the history of typography, my plan was to write a quick, one-post overview. However, I quickly realized that the history of typography is far too rich and extensive to be accurately captured in a few hundred words. And so my blog post

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Dos and Don’ts for Choosing a Typeface

Whether you’re a graphic designer or paper crafter, choosing a typeface can be a daunting task. It’s easy to get lost in the labyrinthine world of font families and styles, so we’ve created a list of simple dos and don’ts to help you choose the most appropriate typeface. What is

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