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Monotype Imaging Adds the Bradley Type Handwriting Fonts into the ITC Typeface Collection
Newest Releases Extend the Versatility of Designer Richard Bradley's ITC Bradley Hand Fonts
Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: TYPE), a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has released the six-font Bradley Type™ family of handwriting fonts into the company's ITC® typeface collection. The newest additions can be licensed and downloaded from Monotype Imaging's Fonts.com, ITCFonts.com and Linotype.com stores. Bradley Type is also available for website design from Fonts.com Web Fonts.
Designed by calligrapher, lettering artist and type designer Richard Bradley, the latest design is intended to be a versatile counterpart to his ITC Bradley Hand™ fonts, released in 1995. "Typefaces are rarely designed in response to public demand, but that's exactly what led Richard back to the drawing board to create Bradley Type," said Allan Haley, director of words and letters at Monotype Imaging. Bradley said, "After listening to so many graphic designers ask for a version without ITC Bradley Hand's rough edges, I knew I had a mandate."
Looking to identify this type that's commonly used for headlines in NY Magazine. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Sintesi diffears from the usual conformation of a Megafamily.
Strictly speaking are both Sintesi and the new release semiserif fonts.
Indeed the two sisters could not be different. While Sintesi unfolds its traditional character, its strong contrast and the perceptible feather-ductus the new release features robust and contemporary forms.
Which naming do you consider appropriate to describe this situation? Thanks for your vote and suggestions.
205 publishing house (books and fonts) launches a new font family!
Norr: Composed of 4 cuts (Sans, Round, Fine and Brick), this font traverses 4 typographical universes with the characteristic to have an identical width for all styles for a simplified use.
Can anyone advise as to a "best practices" when managing the fonts on one's system?
I am going bonkers these days trying to manage all my typefaces. I use Linotype's Font Explorer, but it doesnt seem to do the job or i am doing something wrong. Of particular frustration is when running into multiple versions of one typeface (i.e. Futura — I have cuts from several different foundries and have to use them on different jobs, so i cant just trash the others— i turn them on and off as needed). And secondly, is there an alternative to Font Explorer? Do any of these Font Management Systems really beat all the others? Or are they all just the same? Which one is truly the BEST? Surely someone on Typophile can answer this?
Please could anyone recommend e-book readers that have the ability to install your own fonts? Also I would be interested to find if there are some allowing you to view them on the system and menu.
Hello! I'm trying to find the typeface Jessica Hische uses for the navigational items on her site (Type, Design, Illustration, Back, More etc.) I'm being tripped up by the nice little flourishes in the K, R, etc. Is it possible that it's a custom typeface? Alternatives are also welcome, I really like the proportions that one has going on-- wide but compact, legible very small, etc. Thanks! http://www.jessicahische.com/
Newest Releases Extend the Versatility of Designer Richard Bradley’s ITC Bradley Hand Fonts
WOBURN, Mass., March 10, 2011 – Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: TYPE), a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has released the six-font Bradley Type™ family of handwriting fonts into the company’s ITC® typeface collection. The newest additions can be licensed and downloaded from Monotype Imaging’s Fonts.com, ITCFonts.com and Linotype.com stores. Bradley Type is also available for website design from Fonts.com Web Fonts.
Anyone know what font the "&" is in the image here. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Can some one help identify this Font, I need to get as close as possible for a picky client.
Its not Vag Rounded, Arial Rounded or Helvetica Rounded, All have been rejected as well as a few free fonts like Plump and Franks Reg.
Sorry about the wafty picture, the sample is foil blocked and my phone camera doesn't like the reflection.
Can anybody help me identify this font? It's from the computer game Left 4 Dead 2. :-p Thanks.
Can anyone help identify the font used for "Laneway Festival"?
I'd like to announce the release of the work-in-progress version of my new typeface, Otama. All thoughts and opinions are very much welcome and appreciated.
Free to download from www.timdonaldson.com/otama-ep.zip
I'm trying to identify the two fonts used in the titles of the BBC documentary series "South Pacific" (also released as "Wild Pacific" in the US). Have tried identifont and whathefont to no avail.
Sample attached, also further examples on the intro at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZm31C-5V-s
Appreciate any help from the gurus in working these ones out. Thanks!
I am a student, currently in the process of purchasing my first font pack. After doing some research on this forum I came across two particular options that seems to fit what I need
Adobe FontFolio Education Essentials,
the 1000 fonts from bitstream that are stored with CorelDraw Graphic Suite X5
now my question is which would be better for someone in my position?
Should I stick with the Adobe collection because of the versatility of it's collection, or get the CorelDraw fonts because of the vast immensity in the scale of what it offers? Which of the two would offer me a better ground as far as building up my skills, and collection from?
from Michael Adkins...
Beginning in January, 1932, Becker, at the request of then-editor E. Thomas Kelly, supplied SIGNS of the Times magazine's new Art and Design section with an alphabet a month, a project predicted to last only two years. Misjuding the popularity of the "series," it instead ran for 27 years, ending finally two months before Becker's death in 1959, for a grand total of 320 alphabets, a nearly perfect, uninterrupted run. In late 1941, almost ten years after the first alphabet was published, 100 of those alphabets were compiled and published in bookform under the title, "100 Alphabets," by Alf R. Becker.
As published in June, 1937, this is the description that accompanied Becker's 66th alphabet, Neonline:
“NEONLINE BLOCK, alphabet No. 66 in Alf R. Becker’s SIGNS of the Times series, is a very bold, modern style for feature display lettering. Care should be taken in the laying out of this alphabet, and every letter should be made as bold as possible...”
My David Thometz Design original digital typeface designs were spotlighted in an article by Allison Rupp in the Knoxville News Sentinel Monday, Feb. 28, along with the work of amazing fellow East Tennessee designers Jeremy Dooley of Chattanooga and Timothy Lyle of Knoxville:
David Thometz Design
987 Simerly Creek Rd
Hampton, TN 37658-3627
Facebook: David Thometz
Facebook Group: David Thometz Design
I have been a longtime user of Linotype's Font Explorer X on the Mac. I have bought a new Windows 7 (x64) PC and see that there is no current version of Font Explorer X for Windows. I am looking for a comparable replacement. I would like the software to have the ability to activate/deactivate fonts and some Adobe CS5 integration as I use CS5 a lot in my work. Can anyone make any recommendations?
Also on a side note, How do I transfer my existing font library to Windows, I know there has to be some sort of conversion any help would be great.
I have been corresponding with Hoefler Frere about customizing the standard character set for Whitney. Whitney has a default character set and an alternate set. We want to have some of the alternate characters to replace their default characters in the main set, and are told that choosing an alternate character can only be done manually, one at a time, through the glyphs palatte in InDesign/Illustrator.
Monotype Imaging Introduces the Camphor Typeface Family into the Monotype Collection
Classic British Typefaces from the 20th Century Provided Inspiration for Nick Job, Designer of Camphor
Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq:TYPE), a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has added the 12-font Camphor™ typeface family to the company's Monotype® collection. The new additions are now available from Monotype Imaging's Fonts.com, Linotype.com and ITCFonts.com stores. In addition, Camphor Web fonts are available from Fonts.com Web Fonts for website design.
Can someone help me identify this font?
I'm working in a identity project, I like Dessau Pro Drei for the wordmark but is only available in a package and cannot be purchased separately.
I'm looking for alternatives, nothing too expensive.
Thanks in advance.