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
The former Gemeentemuseum Den Haag has a new name, Kunstmuseum Den Haag, and a new logo designed by Typotheque.
Announcements, Client Spotlight · 1 October 2019
Oli Grotesk is an affable, high-performance typeface family informed by the industrial aesthetics of mechanical writing tools.
New fonts · 24 September 2019
Nocturno, a popular typeface for long reading, now has a stencil version. With a little twist.
New fonts · 17 September 2019
A practical, comprehensive typeface family specifically created for laying out effective print and PDF forms.
New fonts · 10 September 2019
November and October, global font families inspired by an industrial heritage, now support the two most widely used Indian scripts.
New fonts · 10 September 2019
Typotheque turns 20 this month, and to celebrate we have prepared a number of announcements as well as a digital revival of a font that we first published in 1999.
Announcements, New fonts · 3 September 2019
We are pleased to announce that Ping typeface family received the Gold European Design Award for 2019.
Announcements · 18 June 2019
Typotheque now supports two additional South Indian writing scripts, Kannada and Telugu, and releases a new Devanagari font featuring classical contrast and proportions.
New fonts · 20 May 2019
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