A few articles on fonts for your reading pleasure:
- Bethany Heck dives deep into Windsor, “a typeface of British origin that’s found its way into the ‘Ugly American’ vernacular,” designed by Eleisha Pechey. It’s a pleasure and informative read as always.
- Thomas Bohm argues for more existing typefaces with more character and language support than new similar typefaces with only basic support.
- Arun Venkatesan explains “Why are tech companies making custom typefaces?.”
- Rumsey Taylor shows how did Choc, a quirky calligraphic typeface drawn by a French graphic designer in the 1950s, end up on storefronts everywhere in New York City.