UK Transport Type was originally designed by Jock Kinneir & Margaret Calvert in the 1960s. Now the New Transport type has been digitally adapted by Margaret Calvert & Henrik Kubel and it is available in six weights.

Eseul lui Paul Rand, “Logos, Flags, and Escutcheons”,

Great visuals for the event’s 10th edition.

The poster was created by DES SIGNES

I find this typeface very hip!

Waiting for a new edition, sometime soon hopefully

Studio Culture The Secret Life of the Graphic Design Studio

An interesting view on Futura’s lowercase ‘i’

Futura is one of our favorite typefaces ever. Here is an interesting article published on Grafik.

Modern Theory is a research and discussion platform with a focus on visual culture. Website:

This is an experimental typeface inspired by Alchemy & Black Magic designed by Mathew Lucas. It will be soon released.

This is the kind of work I’ve been dreaming of: Letter Fountain, The Anatomy of type by Joep Pohlen. It will be soon released by Taschen. A preview of the book is available on the publisher’s website.

From March 30 to July 3 the Design Museum celebrates the prolific career of the Dutch graphic designer Wim Crouwel.

Form+Communication (1974) by Walter Diethelm is the book on the top of my wish list.

For those traveling this winter to Japan, a very rare type specimen exhibition of Swiss typography history is taking place at Municipal Library Tiyoda in Japan from December 1st to the 1st day of January 2011.

Hunt Studio, a multi-disciplinary design consultancy based in Melbourne, has released the third edition of Process Journal

The School of Visual Arts in New York appointed 125 graphic artists world wide to create posters showing their solidarity for the democracy in Iran.

In our research for a typeface suited to a project we came across the Brandon Grotesque typeface.

The Chronicle Books released in September the fist book dedicated to Alvin Lustig

There are designers that besides their client-based projects undergo self-initiated experimental projects that allow them to express their own personal ideas.