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Interview with Danielle Evans

Danielle Evans: food typography queen

Better known as Marmalade Bleue, Danielle Evans practically created the “food typography” category, designing memorable work with top global brands for their advertisements and social initiatives. We’ve now got a great interview with her. And TypeTogether Premier members will find a second exclusive article full of tasty type insights to imbibe in our Premier section.

Temeraire & Belarius discount

Temeraire & Belarius discount

For two weeks only we are offering a 60% discount on the full Temeraire family and the Belarius variable upright. Temeraire harnesses historical serif influences for text and display and Belarius variable goes from sans serif to slab serif for perfect headings, subheads, captions, and titles. And the sizzling contrast between the two is where the magic really happens. Get the deals now!

Gerard Unger Scholarship 2021

Gerard Unger Scholarship closing soon

Have you submitted your in-process type design to our scholarship program yet? Our annual Gerard Unger Scholarship has less than a month left to enter. Submissions must be received by 15 June 2021 for our team’s review process. We can’t wait to see what you’ve created, so put the finishing touches on your specimen and send it in!

Lektorat in use in the book Sochy mluví

Lektorat models modern Czech sculpture

A small but representative collection of modern Czech sculpture resides at Regional Gallery Vysočina in Jihlava. As Covid’s lockdown continued, curator Ilona Staňková wrestled with somehow preserving the in-person sculpture exhibition, “The sculptures speak”. Graphic designer Filip Blažek was tasked with expressing the exhibition in bound format, choosing Florian Fecher’s Lektorat as the primary typeface for its perfect fit against the brilliant sculpture photos.

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