16th Annual Fonts Gallery

This year's "History of Typography" includes over 200 links to classic and notable fonts, designers, foundries, letter styles, in all classifications and origin. This is a pictorial romp through 68 of the most recommended, and loved type faces of all times. Hope you enjoy the trip! August 28, 2010

Xandra Zamora: calligraphic hands

Designing Women presents Xandra Y. Zamora, a master at calligraphy, hand lettering, and classic styled quill work! Don't miss this inspiration in hand lettering March 30, 2010

Carol Kemp: Fresh Typography

When we talk about "fresh" in the graphic arts world, it generally means a visually exciting... it also means Carol Kemp! March 30, 2010

October Surf's Up for Fonts

It's October again and our annual fonts surf continues with more typographic discoveries including A Charming Font, and a special Halloween font from Graham Meade; some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles thanks to Neale Davidson, new Ambigrams; the logo for a community website called Typedia; and a glowing love for the ampersand! September 29, 2009

Delicious typography discoveries

The 15th Annual Fall Fonts Festival fonts surf ends with and look at some spectacular examples of most unusual typography from Google Earth land mass lettering to beautiful scripts in the sand September 29, 2009

Fonts and Type dressings

the continuing question for the good, bad and ugly in type, fonts and typography! Can you believe the "Bread" font? Will you wear Typography fashions? Let's take a look and explore yet more typographic wonders August 25, 2009

15th Annual Fall Fonts Festival

Fred's back on the path, looking for font, type and typography treasures for this year's Fall Fonts Fest -- and he's finding ten-times as many great resources as before! Here is just the beginning of this year's surf... August 25, 2009

The Art of Calligraphy

The birth of movable type dramatically changed the way people communicate, but the Italian artist, scribe and calligrapher named Ludovico Arrighi continued to stand by and practice his own Chancery Cursive. This beautifully slanted form of writing is sometimes referred to as the original italics, however you know it better as Calligraphy. August 7, 2009