After more than a year of work, the 560-page book, printed in 11 different inks, that presents the complete Typotheque collection has been published. It is a true community project that took the involvement of hundreds of people to bring it to fruition, and it includes a poem by Indian poet Tishani Doshi, written to correspond to the specific word count of the book.
New products, Announcements · 14 June 2021
An organically created stencil typeface that follows the logical contrast principles of letter construction until the shape is fractured at its narrowest point.
New fonts · 14 June 2021
Lava now includes two new weights (Thin and Light), optimised for East Asian languages and with a size-specific tracking axis in a variable font, alongside a number of other improvements.
Announcements, Updates · 25 May 2021
A year and a half after the release of the original Edge Sans, and 21 years after its original conception, comes Edge, a slab serif based on the orthogonal grid.
New fonts · 13 January 2021
2020 has been an extraordinary year, one that has taught us many lessons and forced us to set priorities. During this time, our priority became to work on all the living writing scripts of the world.
Research, Announcements · 16 December 2020
Typotheque partnered with Seoul-based Sandoll to create a brand new Hangul typeface system that would expand the acceptability of sans serif Hangul letterforms, giving users more choices to work with.
New fonts · 29 October 2020
Tremolo Sans is a surprising low-contrast typeface with large x-height and unexpected humanist details.
New fonts · 29 October 2020
Typotheque introduces free font testing and early access to upcoming releases for all font clients.
Announcements · 1 October 2020
The Q Project is a game-like type system that enables users to create a nearly infinite number of variations. Inspired by toys like Lego or Meccano, Q invites you to explore its vast creative space and discover not only new solutions, but also new problems.
New fonts, New products · 22 June 2020
The veteran and the young blood, a duo of typefaces defined by a generational divide.
New products · 14 January 2020
We share we have have learned in our practice, and we’d like to learn more from you about how we can create more useful and valuable typefaces. Please take part of our online survey.
Research · 9 January 2020
A cross section of Typotheque’s multidisciplinary work is now on display at the Kunstmuseum Den Haag (formally the Gemeentemuseum), one of the most visited museums in the Netherlands.
Announcements · 3 October 2019
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