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“More people than ever produce quality typefaces ”. Interview with TypeCache, a daily digest of new font releases

Since 2012, TypeCache offers a daily review of fonts released around the globe. The founders of the project, Akira Yoshino (pictured), Taro Yumiba, and Shohei Itoh, agreed to answers questions by type.today's Ilya Ruderman.

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“I create in a blink of an eye, but it takes many years”. Alexander Tarbeev and Mikhail Smetana talk Gauge Collection

Gauge, the release of which we have been preparing for the last two years, first appeared in Afisha magazine in 2006, under the name Afisha Serif. Ilya Ruderman, Yury Ostromentsky, Daria Yarzhambek, and Mikhail Smetana, who all worked in Afisha company, talked to the designer of Gauge, Alexander Tarbeev about the typeface and its history.

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Type Digest, April 2019

A new Helvetica, a trend for 70s serif type, a talk by DIA Studio co-founder, the Cyrillic Type Travel Guide, and 11 more great news of April.

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Navigo in use

Sulliwan Studio used Navigo by CSTM Fonts in a visual identity for Coopywriters Agency.

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Timur Zima: As long as it’s cool, I keep doing it

Graphic designer Timur Zima was in charge of our Instagram account last November. We talked to Timur about studying type design, a virtual escape from harsh reality of the Russian countryside, and the risk of being carried away by Pinterest algorithm.

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All Cyrillic Fonts of 2018

Several times more Cyrillic typefaces were released in 2018, compared to the year before – that is why we decided to only review those which grabbed our attention (not necessarily in a good way). Our list of 185 typefaces was made in collaboration with Type Journal.

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Type Digest, March 2019

A typeface for 5 billion people, a nearly illegible logo for Galeries Lafayette, variable emoji, and seven more things that our team found interesting in March.

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CSTM Xprmntl 02: packaging kosher food and exploring Moscow

We are always excited to see our fonts in use, but sometimes we are even more excited by how they are used. Today, we present CSTM Xprmntl 02 in a diploma student project, and on print materials for kosher grocery shop.

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Andrey Shugalsky: I’m in charge of producing visual honey, not of digging deep into the history

Last June, Moscow-based motion designer Andrey Shugalsky aka @dragoy was in charge of our Instagram. We met with Andrey to talk about type, both static and dynamic.

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New typeface: Gauge

The typeface, originally named Afisha Serif, was commissioned by eponymous publishing house in 2005, and has been used in Afisha, Afisha Mir, Afisha Eda magazines, as well as books and tour guides. The release of Gauge Type Family includes significantly more styles and glyphs.

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