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Laima, by Bogidar Mascareñas, new release

The stencil font category has a range of looks and styles. But because of what it has to accomplish, over the last several decades stencil has almost come to mean only the strokes that are necessary. We are proud to announce the Laima font family by Bogidar Mascareñas, a stencil formed by a calligraphic brush! This flowing beauty has letter parts akin to the stop-and-start rhythm of a stunning pearl necklace held together by delicate threads. Laima was awarded the Gerard Unger Scholarship (previously, Typeface Publishing Incentive Programme) and now you get to see why. Check out the alternates on our website type tester and put it to work in your next upscale event or rebrand.

Meet the team: interview with José and Veronika

Meet the team: José and Veronika

Veronika Burian and José Scaglione are TypeTogether’s multitalented founders. From diverse backgrounds they entered the world of typefaces and were immediately awarded for the thoughtfulness of Athelas and Maiola, and the comprehensiveness of Abril, Portada, and Tablet Gothic. Their catalogue has provided headlines for discerning designers and the voice of respected international brands. But the professional successes are only part of the story. It’s only fair to continue our team introduction series by highlighting the company’s co-founders.

Educational Discount

25% back-to-school discount

Calling all students, teachers, and educational partakers! You’ve just begun the semester and we’re here to make it your best yet. Buy anything from a single font up to entire families and get 25% off. You decided to improve yourself with education and service, so we’ve decided to improve your font library. Getting that chunk of change discounted is a simple two-step process, so send us an email to find out how.

Arlette in use in the picture book The Truth about Dinosaurs

Type in use: Arlette goes Prehistoric

Last year we released the Thai and Latin font family Arlette from Pilar Cano and Ferran Milan. Arlette’s curvy nature and gestural shapes might not seem to go with the late Cretaceous period, but check out how well it works in the fun children’s book, The Truth About Dinosaurs by Guido Van Genechten. What starts out as a mysterious misunderstanding ends by shedding light on connectedness. And the Arlette font family is the guide along the way.

ATypI 2019

Hello from ATypI (again)!

We are very happy to have participated in another edition of ATypI, the first time in Tokyo. It was great to see old friends, make plenty of new ones, and hear about typography around the world and in various fields of study. Our thanks to the entire ATypI team for making another unforgettable year happen! For those who couldn’t attend the conference, the videos of the presentations are being released, so go check them out and start making plans to attend the conference next year in Paris!

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