Typenotes 3: after two years in the making the new issue is out with a bang
Simultaneously dispelling the notion that typography is just for design geeks and catering for font fanatics, TypeNotes is a print magazine love letter to letterforms published by the type foundry Fontsmith in London.
The first issue explored all things type-based from a passionate and knowledgeable standpoint with voices from around the creative industries worldwide such as Lance Wyman, APFEL, Craig Oldham, Hey Studio and Why Not Associates to name but a few.
Now the magazine is back with a third issue, two years in the making. Drawing on Fontsmith’s in-house expertise as well as hearing from voices around the creative industries worldwide such as Design Army, Noise 13, Chris Pitney, The Company You Keep, Construct, Adam Higton and Triboro to name but a few.
Available to order on presale, magazines will be shipped on the 5th December.
Simultaneously dispelling the notion that typography is just for design geeks and catering for font fanatics, TypeNotes is a print magazine love letter to letterforms. Issue 3 is out now! Get it from the Fontsmith shop: https://t.co/kUUCpRyvQY pic.twitter.com/FrfL3wsg1S— Fontsmith (@Fontsmith) December 13, 2019
Issue #3 features Erik Brandt’s artivist revolution, a treasure trove of typography at the BFI, the creative opportunities with variable fonts, behind the scenes at St Bride and fonts as art by creatives from Ed Ruscha to Tracey Emin, via Bob and Roberta Smith, and the Guerrilla Girls