- Started Lines & Splines, a typographic diary, which became instantly known amongst the online type community. In 2002, he replaced it with New Series, offered more rigourous, extended articles on type design and typography. Both websites are offline by now.
Fred Smeijers’s Arnhem typefacesTypeface stories by Andy CrewdsonAndy Crewdson discusses the origins of the Dutch designer’s recent family of types.
Fedra typefaces reviewedTypeface stories by Andy CrewdsonA brief look at Peter Bilak’s ‘synthetic’ approach to type design which examines both his earlier Eureka and more recent Fedra families.
Seria’s motives: How Martin Majoor developed his ‘literary typeface’Typeface stories by Andy CrewdsonThe background of the design of Majoor’s font Seria.
Helvetica: Homage to a Typeface, reviewReviews by Andy CrewdsonLars Müller is taken to task for his religious reverence for and faith in the omnipresent Helvetica, and the book he produced which is described as a sort of universalist, modernist gospel but several decades misplaced. What one might come away with from the book and review is the possibility that type preferences are simply individualistic... so what does it matter anyway?