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Archiving Resistance

Archiving Resistance

An archive that documents the intersection between the Little Magazine Movement and the Dalit Panther Movement while exploring different ways to make that material accessible to a wider audience.
Nothing Neutral Here

Nothing Neutral Here

Catherine Dixon spoke to Daniel Sabino, founder of Blackletra about his beginnings, fascinations, and about São Paulo, a metropolis of over 12 million citizens and the economic capital of Brazil.
Plinc Coryn Galaxy

Plinc Coryn Galaxy

Although many typefaces on Fontstand include a wide variety of weights, widths and styles, Plinc Coryn Galaxy is not one of those families. Instead, it is a single font at the intersection of Didot-style type and House Industries’ unique Plinc library.
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The design collective LoveFrom, which includes Jony Ive and Peter Saville, launched its website this week. That revealed a visual identity designed by members of the team including Ive and Savile, as well as Chris Wilson and Antonio Cavedoni – each former members of the Apple design team. The collective’s wordmark and the website’s text are set in a new typeface, LoveFrom Serif, inspired by John Baskerville’s letterforms and based on studies of his original punches and matrices. Wallpaper has a write-up.

On Wednesday, November 10th, Briar Levit, Rathna Ramanathan, Fiona Ross, Alice Savoie, Martha Scotford and Mathieu Triay will present the digital event Expanding the design canon: fresh perspectives on women in type and publishing. Hosted on Zoom by the St Bride Library in London as part of its 125th-anniversary celebrations, the lectures are part of the “Women in Type” Leverhulme Trust and University of Reading research project. Tickets range in price from £3 to £5. Please book them in advance.

Through Saturday, November 6th, the new exhibition Inner Structures-Outer Rhythms: Contemporary Arab & Persian Graphic Design is running at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD). Developed in conjunction with the Khatt Foundation, it reflects the growing interest in graphic expression from under-recognized creative regions of the world. The college partnered with Dr. Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès – founding director of the Khatt Foundation, Center for Arabic Typography (Amsterdam) – to curate the exhibition and publish a book by the same title.