Münchenstein, the forgotten typefaces by the designer of HelveticaSwiss type designer Max Miedinger is primarily recognised as the designer of Helvetica. Nikola Djurek, fascinated by Miedinger’s lesser-known typefaces, has now created the Münchenstein font family, bringing together Miedinger’s first and last typefaces.
November — a comprehensive type system for South AsiaNovember Type System is a versatile and highly accessible collection of fonts, extensively researched to meet the preferences and needs of readers of hundreds of languages of South Asia.
A collection of new Georgian fontsAt a local event in Tbilisi, Typotheque launched a large collection of new Georgian fonts designed and produced in collaboration with local designers, along with an exhibition and a book.
We have an all-new website!A new version of the Typotheque website, which will allow us to focus on what we do best — designing fonts
Rapida and Rapidissima, a duo of text and display high-energy typefacesNew fontsThree years after graduating from Type & Media, Michelangelo Nigra completed his thesis project, which is full of surprising type details that give text a unique character and liveliness.
Ping Round, an approachable typeface for international communicationNew fontsAn affable font family with fluid stroke structure that communicates in Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew, Thai, Georgian, Armenian and Devanagari.
Handwriting across ages and regions: Latin surveyResearchAnnouncementsAs a company that develops fonts, we’re interested in learning how people write. In particular, we want to know more about how people around the world write by hand and how they perceive handwriting by others, a topic on which we have found no current literature.
Diurnal Mono, a calligraphic font for coding and tablesNew fontsA humanist monospaced typeface with calligraphic traits, that bringing regularity and warmth into a block of text that aligns vertically.
Exclusive fonts for NRK, Norway’s national broadcasterClient SpotlightAnnouncementsTypotheque has designed a set of new fonts for the largest public broadcaster in Norway, as part of its brand refresh. The fonts respond to the client’s needs, creating a tool to strengthen its identity.
The history of the Devanagari script and survey of its current useResearchUpdatesNew articlesTypotheque has been working on an extensive historical research project, based on the development in Devanagari printing, combined with a survey of the contemporary regional preferences of Devanagari readers.
North American Syllabics fonts developed in collaboration with Indigenous communitiesNew fontsNew articlesResearchTypotheque is launching a series of Unified Canadian Syllabics fonts that support Indigenous language revitalisation and preservation efforts in North America, changing the standards of future Syllabics fonts.
Delvard Serif, an eccentric, yet very functional old-style typefaceNew fontsA decade after Nikola Djurek drew Delvard, a collection of sans and display fonts, comes Delvard Serif, an eye-catching serif typeface in three optical sizes.