The Great American Grocery Typeface Quiz. Can you identify all 26?
Designers, time to test your typeface knowledge.
Because it’s a 13-year-old girl, apparently.
Completely unnecessary. But surprisingly awesome.
Because your résumé deserves to look just as good as you do in an interview. You can find these on The Design Blog.
Some people just want to watch the world kern.
I’m sorry, Times New Roman, Helvetica and Arial. It’s not you; it’s me.
You know you’ve got style by the boatloads. But what does it even mean?
Spruce up the Church newsletter with these.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
Typographical facepalm moments.
You’re so much better than Cambria.
Language is a funny thing.
Ever. WARNING: This was a popular post you’ve probably seen before except this one is set to the soundtrack of a faux-Hans Zimmer.
What are you telling your coworkers?
It can be really unfortunate. Look how upset Darth Maul is.
In pretty, pretty infographics!
No known logo is strong enough to withstand it. Designer Oleg Tarasov tried a few out.
What a difference a font makes. Via Gizmodo.
It sort of looks like the Simpsons title font.
It’s sleek! It’s modern! And it’ll give any font nerd an instant migraine.
Everything is a title sequence! Now someone figure out a way to get this to work in Word.
Oh hey, here’s a music video dedicated to the best (or worst?) font in the world. Because sure, why not?
Just switch your free version to the worst font in the history of the Earth. Nbd.
Here are some 80-year-old sketches for Gill Sans, one of the most recognizable fonts in the world. Baby typefaces are ADORABLE.
Stored as a bitmap, interpreted by a machine. Digi Grotesk was released in 1968, but I’d say it holds up pretty well.
Here are 20 fonts and the cats that clearly inspired them. This is a rare and important opportunity for cat fanciers and typophiles to find some common ground.
Frustro: a typeface that could never exist in three-dimensional space.
Super sharp screens need better fonts, and app developers are taking notice. “Working with apps is part of our business now,” says a type designer.