Occupant Fonts issues alert that Magmatic is now available at Type Network
The new Quiosco Display turns up the volume to catch even more attention.
Emily Rye and Jane Androski of Design Agency talk about a recent identity project for a new arts organization and the importance of finding the right typeface.
Occupant’s sans-serif typeface graces Madrid’s Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
With How to Speak Rooster, Occupant Fonts introduces its first type specimen book, which doubles as a gift for younger readers.
Two type families from Cyrus Highsmith spruce up their language skills.
A number of early typefaces by Cyrus Highsmith have been out of circulation for a while. Now they make a triumphant return.
Type design is to some extent an anticipatory, predictive art. Designers can never know with complete certainty how their typefaces will fit into the world; they can only imagine. Sometimes, real-world uses lay bare the need for adjustments or additions—changes.…
A sketchbook looks like such a simple thing. But in fact it’s a complex space for learning to think and see, and for negotiating a practice that traverses several activities: designing type, teaching, making prints, and illustrating.