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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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Kirill Martianov: It's not about juggling typefaces

January 2018, Kirill Martianov of BBDO Branding (Moscow) took charge of our Instagram. We talked to Kirill shortly after, but had to take some time to sort our business out. Finally, we are ready to publish the interview.

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New release: Proto Grotesk

Over the last hundred years or so, utilitarian typefaces have shed most of their quirks and eccentricities on the way to becoming more versatile and universal. That makes some sense, but there’s no reason type can’t be both steadfast and peculiar. Drawing from an early German sans serif used for catalog text, Proto Grotesk revives an era when clunkiness was a virtue. Its pedigree is varied, vacillating between Egyptian and Modern, round and edged, even sans and slab. Despite these contradictions, its posture is nothing less than sturdy and forthright. Proto Grotesk is strange but steady.

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New typeface: Styrene

Styrene, a new sans serif by Berton Hasebe, is his exploration of proportion and simplicity in type design. The initial inspiration for the family was a charmingly awkward sans serif called Breede Schreeflooze shown in an early 20th century type specimen published by the Enschedé Typefoundry in the Netherlands.

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New typeface: CSTM Xprmntl 02

What if we try to combine seemingly incompatible graphics – fonts of different classification categories, with different personalities and styles – in one space?

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Letter of the Law

Petr Favorov offers a succinct overview of type designers' intellectual rights in Russia and abroad

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Font scandal at FIFA World Cup

While millions of people are enjoying the excitement and drama of the World Cup matches, the type design community is outraged at the low level of the event's typography.

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"Thank you for shopping!"

Last year, ESH GRUPPA designers Philip Tretyakov, Valery Kozhanov, and Stefan Lashko took charge of our Instagram account and posted pics dedicated to typefaces from the collection of type.today.

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All Cyrillic fonts of 2017

Just like the previous year we publish a list of all Cyrillic typefaces released 2017

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