Sam Winston's Elemental Typography at the V&A Visual News His body of work features much that reinterprets the written word, making him a perfect fit for the new show that revolves around artistic, graphic and typographic interpretations of a...
At Monotype’s “Pencil to Pixel” pop-up exhibition in New York City last month, 3,400 students and professions learned about the history of typography. Artifacts demonstrated how metal type was historically designed, made, specified by designers, and set by typesetting companies — and translated into today’s font menus for individual users.
“The lesson from an exhibition like this is that the design of a typeface can outlast the moment that produces it, and that a good design can evolve to meet the needs of technology without losing its essential spirit,” said Dan Rhatigan, Monotype’s UK type director. “Lots of younger designers who came through seemed really eager to see the background of the typefaces they already know, and the exhibit helped them appreciate why we’re still trying to improve the technology behind those designs,” he added.
Here are close-ups of some of the artifacts that were on display as well as some typography history
It’s impossible for a web designer not to hear about the new style adopted by Microsoft called Metro. Surely, it wasn’t invented by Bill Gates company but undoubtedly, they are the ones that brought again this current into the light. Personally, I like this idea and even if we like or not, Metro will be here for some years. There is no bad or good style, it’s only about the realization of the designer that might be decent or awesome, it depends on each one’s talent, skills and inspiration.
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