The Fate of Fonts, Part Five

The Fate of Fonts Typography and Danger in Germany The debate about the appropriate typeface was not a new one in Germany. Introduced to the printing press as a substitute for handwritten Medieval manuscripts in the fifteenth century, the fraktur or Gothic script,...

The Fate of Fonts, Part One

The Fate of Fonts Typography in the 1920s, ¬†Part One Until the 1920s, a printer’s font was selected and combined into words with the intention that the words were going to be read. This assertion may seem axiomatic at first, but, in the modern era, fonts were...

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