Jeff Sheldon and co. are taking things to the next level yet again.
This jighly decorative all-capitals typeface evokes Victorian-era styling — perfect for adding a retro-European vibe to product packaging and more.
A visually striking, almost over-the-top typeface with absolutely gorgeous letterforms. Designed to say something loud and proud.
The newest addition to Wacom’s Intuos line is a compact model for anyone with a serious creative passion but lacking in space.
A call-to-action for designers to be more selective about the clients and projects they take on, out of consideration for the impact their work will have on the world. (Releases April 12th, 2019)
An extensive collection of handmade icons of landmarks from over 160 cities.
A stunning, definitive monograph of the illustrative work of acclaimed mid-century artist Charley Harper.
One of our favorite designers got to pour his skills into designing one of his favorite things, and we couldn’t be happier for him.
Modern reinterpretations of a collection of classic typefaces that date all the way back to the Renaissance.
An obsessively geeky study of how classic sci-fi movies use typography to draw us in to their imagined worlds.
Vanderpoel’s visionary manual on color theory, originally published in 1902, has finally been given a proper modern treatment.
Quincy’s warm, rounded letterforms provide a pleasant reading experience. It also works as a stately display font.
Our favorite fake web design union is back in business and they’ve really hit the ground running.
Whether you’re new to the field or a seasoned pro, get sure footing on the path to designing with accessibility.
Master typesetting now and for the future. Learn how to prepare text and code, shape text blocks, craft compositions — and create more readable, flexible design.
Get to know the human interface and learn why conversation is the best model for creating more human-centered design.
A beautiful bedtime book with lush illustrations and playful lettering, along with an inspiring message. (Releases October 16th, 2018)
An obsessively geeky study of how classic sci-fi movies draw us in to their imagined worlds and how they have come to represent “THE FUTURE” in popular culture — all through the use of typography. (Releases October 16th, 2018)