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HI.

Just to say hello to this forum. I am a new member and this site seems appealing for us, junior graphic designers, who understand typography is one of the most important feature of the works we make. I am here to perfect my understanding and application of typography.

see you around

Vince

For Immediate Release:
March 4th, 2010

P22 announces new releases for March- 2 new fonts by Terry Wudenbachs for IHOF, based on designs from the Nebiolo Type Foundry.

P22 Slogan is a non-connecting script font that captures the essence of the lettering used in 1950s European advertising. Bold strokes of this brush-drawn face make this design a great choice for both retro design and contemporary work. The font is based on the 1957 design "Slogan" by Aldo Novarese for the Italian Nebiolo Type Foundry. At the time of its original release, it was touted for "striking publicity work". This new digitization accurately reproduces the outlines of the original not found in previous digital versions of this design. P22 Slogan is a non-Pro Opentype font that includes Central European characters.

http://www.p22.com/ihof/slogan.html

P22 Nebiornaments contains over 100 ornaments based on the Italian Nebiolo Type Foundry designs of the 1950s. Many of these ornaments are designed to create complex patterns and continuous borders. The simple geometric shapes allow for endless combinations for a wide variety of uses.

http://www.p22.com/ihof/nebiornaments.html

Hi, as part of my current Uni. project I am researching the use of Times New Roman, and really need to build up a gallery of pictures of it in use.

I've been doing some searching but can't find an awful lot, I was wondering if anybody could suggest some campaigns/identities to look at, particularly major ones, but the more the better.

Thanks
-Ben

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For Immediate Release:
Alameda, CA- February 3rd, 2010

Delve Fonts announces its new website has been launched. http://www.delvefonts.com/ To celebrate, the Delve Fonts Typeface Library is 50% off during the month of February. Additionally, the site now features online ordering with instant downloads.

Recent additions to the the collection include: Rieven Uncial by Steven Skaggs, recipient of a TDC² 2010 “Certificate of Excellence in Type Design” (available 4/10/10), Quara by Delve Withrington, and Cody by Cody Chancellor.

For Immediate Release:
Buffalo, NY- February 3rd, 2010

P22 Type Foundry and the International House of Fonts announce 3 new font families for February designed by Norwegian type designer Torleiv Sverdrup for IHOF.

Sintesi. Sans meets serif.

You would like to express tradition by using a contemporary font? Sintesi might be exactly what you are looking for.

Sintesi stands for synthesis: the unification of serif and sans-serif into a contemporary font, which surprises with different facets depending on its application.
In copy size Sintesi performs like a sans-serif. It is a compact and well readable font that fulfills all requirements of modern digital media.

In larger sizes, Sintesi unfolds its traditional character. Now, its strong contrast and the perceptible feather-ductus stand out clearly, as we appreciate it in a historical old style face.

What is this? I looks like something newish and that ampersand looks somewhat bree-esque. something from typetogether?

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