Reviews and analysis of typeface designs both new and old. This site is aimed at designers who want to discover new typefaces, or those who want to learn to appreciate old favorites on a deeper level. fontreviewjournal.com
Are collect fonts that could be used to type texts now. Fonts that meet modern technical requirements and tune in to the spirit of time. Are develop collection of modern typography design instruments. type.today
Source Han Serif supports four different East Asian languages; Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Source Han Serif are available for use on the web and sync from Typekit free library. typekit.com
A simple resource for finding and trying variable fonts. This site’s goal is to help designers and developers become more familiar with OpenType variable fonts in a way that isn’t overwhelming. v-fonts.com
For more than four decades, calligraphy was a defining feature of campus life at Reed College. Fueled by the energy and artistry of faculty member Lloyd J. Reynolds, the italic hand flowered and spread. youtube.com
Typeforyou is a blog on typography. “The purpose of typography is to build a bridge from one mind to another. The nature and quality of that bridge determines what travels across it” – Bruce Mau. typeforyou.org
“I have been suffering from Typomania all my life, a sickness that is incurable but not lethal. The Spiekerblog reflects the fact that I see most things from a typographic perspective.” spiekermann.com
Detailed survey of the major typefaces produced type in the mid-15th century to the present day. Appealing to graphic designers, educators, professional type designers, historians, and design students. Read more.