Category Archives: Typography
When it is (likely) Zurich Bold. NB: It may ultimately be a logotype, since the top bar of the “F” is slightly altered.
The Linotype Machine revolutionized printing in the late 19th century. Its name is derived from its ability to compose “one line of type” at a time, which was vastly superior to hand-setting of type. It worked much like a typewriter, … Continue reading
On the surface, it appears to be a 1995 supplies catalog for design professionals. But actually it’s an exquisite, 311-page testament to times-gone-by. The layout is beautiful—the compressed Garamond body text and the bold, sans-serif titles remind me of Apple … Continue reading