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“All great references belong beyond the design world”. Interview with Tanya Egoshina

Tanya Egoshina was our visiting instagrammer this April. We facetimed Tanya to talk about her trademark boldness in handling type, and her sources of design reference (spoiler: they are not that much about design).

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Type Digest, June 2019

World’s first variable font logo, French traffic sign typeface with cyrillics, Soviet typography on Twitter, and 16 more things we found thrilling this June.

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Menoe Grotesque in use

Shishki Agency used Menoe Grotesque for the rebranding of Pita’s, a Saint-Petersburg-born cafe chain.

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New typeface: Halvar

Halvar is a pragmatic grotesk with raw engineer charm. It is a large type system with a distinct temper, which makes it a great solution for varied and complex identity systems.

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New York: what type and graphic designers think about this Apple release

Apple introduced a free serif to pair its San Francisco typeface. We collected some feedback on the release.

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“People both liked us, and had enough of us”. Interview with Superdesigners

This March our Instagram fell into the hands of five guys called Superdesigners. Each of them has created his own mini series: spatial deconstruction, supermarket lyricism, 360-degree camera, wild nature, self-irony and sarcasm. We talked to Superdesigners about their experience with our font catalogue, and the feedback they received.

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Type Digest, May 2019

Custom fonts for women's basketball league and Brazilian online clothing retailer, new type shops by Russian and Dutch designers, and eight more things we were excited with this May.

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“A year ago, I mostly combined two typefaces in my work — Arial and Times New Roman”. Interview with Orka Collective

Kseniia Stavrova and Anton Abo of Orka Collective took charge of our Instagram this February. We talked to the design duo about type preferences and type phobias, and their experience of remote collaboration.

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Styrene in use

Alfa-Bank used Styrene by Commercial Type for the redesign

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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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