Books 1

The final issue of the magazine in which tries — finally — to be as direct as possible about 
what it’s come to stand for and what it thinks it’s gonn...

Articles 24

The story of Devanagari type from early print to the digital age, as Indian print culture both sparked and responded to intense socio-political change and const...
Essays · 21 March 2022 · English · 12695 words
This essay provides guidelines to fine Syllabics typography through identifying its general and inherent concepts, as well as detailing the nuances found in loc...
Essays · 24 January 2022 · English · 6512 words
The five centuries that followed Gutenberg and his moveable typefaces defined the possibilities of Roman serif type. The current possibilities of sans typefaces...
Essays · 11 March 2019 · English · 955 words
Riccardo Olocco and Jonathan Pierini’s Parmigiano is a reinterpretation of the work of Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813) commemorating the bicentenary of his...
Typeface stories · 7 July 2014 · English · 1116 words
Article on the process of designing Karloff typeface, showing just how closely related beauty and ugliness are.
Typeface stories · 25 September 2012 · English · 957 words

Blogs 3

A typeface that started a decade ago with a Cyrillic design finally gets its official Cyrillic version.
13 June 2018
William, a contemporary interpretation of Caslon, is a truly international font in which English, Dutch and Russian influences come together to create one compl...
29 February 2016
To meet the growing demand for for global communication, Typotheque has taken another step towards true internationalisation by extending all its fonts to suppo...
1 April 2009

Authors 1

is partner with William Drenttel in a design consultancy in Northwest Connecticut (USA) named Winterhouse Studio. They concentrate on editorial design...