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Some new dimension for Fortune

David Jonathan Ross gets to play with money for a Fortune logo.

Fonts In Use launched!

Fonts In Use catalogs and examines real-world typography wherever it appears.

ILT: Reviving Caslon

William Berkson posts the second part of his article, “Reviving Caslon.”

2010 election typography

The typographic association with Obama has been both embraced and ignored.

TypeCon letter-drawing collage

At TypeCon in Los Angeles, you drew the letters.

Louise Paradis’s Revival of Recta

Italian Aldo Novarese typeface revived by an intern from Montreal.

Slab Happy: Trilby reviewed by Paul Shaw

“[T]he serifs remain strong enough that a line of text looks like railroad tracks, a feature that helps draw the reader’s eye along the line of text-and looks cool.”

Webtype Launched by Partnership of Experts

Led by Font Bureau and Ascender Corp., Webtype.com introduces a new range of web fonts optimized for high quality text rendering across browsers. Webtype.com launches an innovative web font service to improve web typography.

TV Guide: What’s Worth Watching

For those of us who keep tabs on magazine redesigns, What’s been Worth Watching the past few weeks is TV Guide itself.