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The Boston Globe’s brand integration across media

Bringing print typography to the screen with integrated font families.

Georgia Pro & Verdana Pro: More Widths. More Weights. More Possibilities.

Matthew Carter’s versatile and ubiquitous typefaces for reading onscreen and on paper gain new weights, a new width, OpenType layout features, and a pan-European character set.

Typeradio interview with David Berlow

Typeradio got David Berlow talking at the ATypI 2010 conference in Dublin.

FB Titling Gothic: the new (type)face of Central Park

The Central Park Conservancy chooses FB Titling Gothic for its rebranding of New York City’s iconic park.

Font Bureau at SND STL

“Yes, I’d have to code, but I walked out of there feeling like I wanted to!” Print and digital come together at the SND conference in St. Louis.

FB&SND;@ONA Meetup

Font Bureau sponsors a meetup for SND members at the 2011 ONA conference in Boston.

MAD Magazine’s Spy vs. Spy 50th anniversary

Black vs. white: a type designer brings her skills to the world of acrylic figurines.

Review of “Making Faces: Metal Type in the 21st Century”

In Rich Kegler’s documentary, Jim Rimmer tells how he designs and manufacturers metal typefaces.

On press

Supplement to the Third Edition of Font Bureau’s One-Line Type Specimens.

Same time this year

Work and play at the offsite on Martha’s Vineyard with the people of Font Bureau.

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Loupot puts in an appearance at Carnegie Hall in New York.

Review of the documentary “Typeface”

Dyana Weissman reviews a flawed documentary on a remarkable institution, the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum.