Feature: Typography

 
Burger, fries, no logo

Burger, fries, no logo

With ‘nothing to show and nothing to say’, Ben Stott’s ‘anti-branding’ helped turn the Byron restaurant…

 
Reputations: Louise Fili

Reputations: Louise Fili

‘Most restaurants are not used to dealing with designers, so I ask lots of questions. It’s being able to…

 
Rub-down revolution

Rub-down revolution

A generation before home computers, Letraset’s dry transfer lettering made desktop typography possible –…

 
Type specific

Type specific

TDC hails the wider world of empathetic wine labels, typographic IDs and retro stationery

 
Painted thrills and spills

Painted thrills and spills

Fred Fowle was the UK’s foremost fairground artist. His go-faster graphics and futuristic lettering live…

 
A tradition with breaks

A tradition with breaks

Stencil typefaces – late arrivals on the typographic scene – are going in new directions and…

 
Quiet man of  letters

Quiet man of letters

Alan Bartram brought a perceptive eye to alphabetic detail in public spaces. Catherine Dixon pays…

 
Carter’s battered stat

Carter’s battered stat

‘All that remains of the Private Eye typeface design is a battered stat of the type,’…
 
Modernism and monograms

Modernism and monograms

Both artisan and art director, Hermann Eidenbenz was a subtle master of Swiss design.

 
A Monotype timeline

A Monotype timeline

A selected, chronological list of notable events in the long, complex history of Monotype

 
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