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30 Year Anniversary Sale

New Fonts: Usual

February 16, 2015 by
Yves Peters
Yves Peters

Sprung from the mind of Portuguese type designer Rui Abreu’s imagination and rooted in the Modernist tradition, the Usual typeface is not your “usual” grotesque sans serif (pardon the pun). With an number of stylistic sets to dress the typeface up or down, its expressive range is larger than one would expect. This turns the utilitarian family into a surprisingly flexible typographic tool.

Festive Holiday Fonts

December 08, 2014 by
David Sudweeks
David Sudweeks

It’s around this time each year the rescued poinsettia on my desk in the San Francisco office starts to push out its tiny red leaves, signaling the end of Thanksgiving and a start to the larger Christmas / Hanukkah / New Years holiday season.