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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.
14 June 2021
After a year of preparation, we’ve just released the first issue of Works That Work, ‘a magazine of unexpected creativity’.
11 February 2013
360 is a new Dutch magazine in print, online and iPad edition. The designers of the magazine looked for a typeface that would perform in all these platforms, and found Fedra Sans and Serif.
29 January 2013
Works That Work is a new magazine that looks beyond mere portfolios, concerning itself with the conditions and contexts of design in a wider sense, celebrating the manifestations of unexpected creativity. Works That Work will be a twice-yearly, internationally distributed periodical.
17 October 2012
Open Manifesto comes out twice a year, offering eclectic, critical writing on a wide mix of disciplines seen through the eyes of a graphic designer. It is edited / published / designed by Kevin Finn in Australia.
18 January 2010
Limited edition of the pocket-size, no-nonsense Typotheque calendar and sketchbook.
18 November 2009
Fifth issues of the graphic design publication from New Zealand.
13 March 2009
New book published by true true true mocking the perverse fanaticism in design.
13 March 2009
TipoGráfica, the Argentinian magazine devoted to typography, type design and theory has featured Typotheque’s work in their latest 02/2005 issue. You can see the preview here, and read the original Spanish texts in the article section.
29 July 2005