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Typography magazine

Explore the world of typography with our curated collection of articles, interviews, and inspiration. Get inspired and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in typography design.
Vintage Fonts: 35 Adverts From the Past - Print Magazine Typo Design, Typography Design Layout, Bold Typography, Typeface Design, Typography Inspiration, Fonts Design, Typography Magazine, Design Design, Design Trends

Before there was Typekit, before there was Fonts.com, DaFont or Google Fonts, designers had to share their typefaces the old-fashioned way—via print advertisements. In Print magazine’s 75 years of publishing, we’ve seen some great adverts, some funny, some dry and some, well, strange. We dug deep into the archives to find our favorite type-vertisements. Some you might recognize, others, not so much. The 1950s 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 The 1960s 1960 1960 1960 19

Figuring Out Type (Book on Typography) on Behance Learning Graphic Design, Graphic Design Lessons, Graphic Design Layouts, Graphic Design Inspiration, Book Design Layout Templates Adobe Indesign, Grid Graphic Design, Graphic Design Books, Site Web Design, Page Layout Design

This assignment was given to students so that the students could use grid systems and typographical elements in their work. Students had to be artistic but at the same time make sure that the type was legible. The students also had to research the informa…

Matt Willey leaves The New York Times Magazine and joins Pentagram | It's Nice That Magazine Layout Design, Book Design Layout, Print Layout, Magazine Layouts, Design Editorial, Editorial Layout, Graphic Design Resume, Graphic Design Posters, Poster Design

The British designer has worked for the publication for five years, but today is announcing he’s leaving the magazine and joining Pentagram in New York as its newest partner. Here, we discuss imposter syndrome, his love of start-up magazines, and why it’s the right time for him to move on.

Guillaume Monchaux