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Font Bureau library now available exclusively on Type Network

Font Bureau’s move to exclusive retail distribution on Type Network is in keeping with its history as an independent type foundry collaborating with people passionate about type and design.

Font Bureau and partners launch Type Network

Big changes are happening at Font Bureau. The independent type company is refocusing its brand and collaborating with new foundry partners on a major initiative. Together, they have launched Type Network.

Escrow goes big and small

Cyrus Highsmith designed 44 styles in this new Scotch series. Escrow sets the tone of the front page of The Wall Street Journal, envy of the newspaper industry. “Escrow is the spectacular element holding the whole thing together” Design Director…

Tilda. A script typeface by Jessica Hische

Tilda, a script typeface with size-specific styles and extensive OpenType layout features. Tilda Petite is optimized for smaller settings, while the details and proportions of Tilda Grande shine at large sizes.

Lettering is not type

Stephen Coles offers clear definitions for commonly abused terms and elaborates on the differences between type and lettering, a typographer and a type designer, and a typeface and a font.

Two New Sites:

Celebrating the work of David Berlow and showcasing the typefaces of Tobias Frere-Jones

Apres

A clear and comfortable typeface from David Berlow, with a humanist geometric design

One More Day for Text Display

The Font Bureau Showing at Lesley University ends April 19, 2014, at 5pm.

Custer RE

The tenth family in the Reading Edge series, by David Berlow: broad, approachable, exceptionally clear.

Mike Parker tribute

A tribute to Mike Parker, whom Matthew Carter calls “a most unforgettable person.” ➝ Fontbureau.com/MikeParker

DISPLAY:TEXT Exhibition

Our exhibit of optimized type, DISPLAY:TEXT, at Lesley University with a public talk from Cyrus Highsmith.

Mike Parker stories

Thank you. Everybody has a story about Mike Parker. And he told the best ones himself.