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Ouch October!

October has been a huge month in the world of type with lots of new releases and resources announced - I have a curated selection of some of the best and brightest for you below. It is a huge list of TypoMusings for you to explore and I haven't been able to showcase even half what I had hoped to (as I had a fall last week that has me off my feet).

One of the (many) downsides to being laid up is I won't be able to attend the Disrupt launch event tonight... Those of you in Brisbane (and able to walk!) should head along to Jugglers in the Valley for the launch. There are excellent printmakers, zine publishers and artists exhibiting. The above print entitled 'Type by hand, hand by type' is one of the pieces I have been working on this month and is on display at disrupt for the next 2 weeks.

Take care, enjoy, stay curious and talk soon!
Nicole

Huge & heartfelt congratulations to Craig Black on such an accomplished first year freelancing. So much lovely lettering in this showreel profiling his first 12 months.
New websites and new work from local illustrator Peter Rudledge and type talent Bella Schilling.
Lettering Luminary Martina Flor shares the transformative experience of delivering a TEDx Talk.
The Typodermic Color Font Experiment... try these new innovative polychromatic digital true type fonts.
Jean François Porchez published an In-depth article on the development of the new Ambroise pro and the Didot dynasty.
Eli Wilkie from Monotype discusses the current license landscape and the options available to designers.
Taekyeom Lee explores unconventional methods of creating three-dimensional type, follow the link to see his nifty 3d printed handheld press

Wayne Thompson has developed a new professional level 8 week type design program Principles of Typeface Design

I am delighted TYPOgraphJournal is now available from Drawdown books as well as TypographHer.com
Dominic Hofstede and Warren Taylor are researching a history of Australian graphic design recollection.com.au is an exercise in design anthropology, documenting Australian Graphic Design 1960—1990
Mary Catherine Pflug began investigating what the people who buy and use fonts care about. The results are fascinating and give great insight into the business of making, selling and using type!
Expedition Press Broken Broadsides is a series of 'anti masterpieces'. These experiments are born from a love of the words, letterforms, and the printing process. Read more in Myrna's latest post.
http://dearhow.to is an information design side project by Sol Kawage, Josefina Bravo & Tomoko Furukawa where the three designers share information via post without using text.
A new Google Chrome plugin can turn your browsing history into a beautiful, printable newspaper.
FF Sanuk Big by Xavier Dupré. I adore the ultra italic, it is a vivacious head turner - exactly what you want from a display face! Read more …
The latest Design Assembly podcast with Kate Alexander is live. I am really enjoying this new series profiling New Zealands Design community.
František Štorm began making digital fonts in 1993. His catalogue now contains over 1000 original fonts and some high-quality revivals. Fontstand profiled his foundry this month in a great feature.
SEA's Bryan Edmondson shares his favourite projects and what he learnt about type and the intersection of technology & craft working on the identity system for monotype.
Aldo Novarese was one of the most inspired type designers of the 20th century: Indra Kupferschmid explores the work and legacy of this legendary designer
Louder than letters events and other new listings in the Type Calendar
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