Named cereal Airbnb presented it’s new, custom typeface joining a line of companies that are entering the bespoke typographic trend. “At Airbnb, we love typography because we see it as a building block for creating meaningful connections around the world. As a company that’s designing online and offline experiences, we saw a clear opportunity to create...

A new exhibition at the Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft celebrates the life and work of Corita Kent, the woman who shook up the the Catholic church and the art world with bold graphics and controversial views. Corita Kent (1918–1986) was an artist, educator, and advocate for social justice. At age 18 she entered the religious order Immaculate Heart of Mary, eventually teaching in and then...

“Places have a feel about them. Companies, too” notes UK based Institute for Identity with aims “to nurture the intangibles” and make us understand them instantly and intuitively. “It's intricate work”. The company’s stunning visual branding for Irkutsk is one of the case studies that prove them right. “Some call us 'the makers of golden dust'. Others say we are...

Letterform Archive, the nonprofit center for inspiration, education, publishing, and community which was founded by Rob Saunders, a collector of the letter arts for over 40 years, as a place to share his private collection with the public and is offering hands-on access to a curated collection of over 40,000 items related to lettering, typography, calligraphy, and graphic design, spanning 2,000 years...

Inspired by the insight that “concealing and revealing words in part creates more anticipation than showing things in full” renowned graphic design studio Wolff Olins created a “dynamic” bespoke typeface for Lafayette Anticipations. The cultural institution, which comes in the likes of Bernard Arnault’s Louis Vuitton Foundation is by no means a conventional gallery. “It’s a unique, experimental space that supports artistic...

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