I was fortunate enough to have the chance to design another infographic for Mashable. This one is a timeline of significant typographic events in the Western Hemisphere. Check out "A History of Western Typefaces": http://mashable.com/2011/12/08/typeface-font-history-infographic/
about 2 years ago
Nice one, Nick!
And very interesting.
Nice & instructive! Love it!
This is amazing. I saw it on Reddit earlier. I just noticed a typo: You only used one 'L' in Catull (Google font) instead of two.
Awesome colors and type!
That was fun.
Nice job... again! Keep up the good work!
Remarkable illustration. I miss the fonts before Helvetica..
Akzidenz-Grotesk by Berthold, though dating back to styles from 1898, was the most appreciated sans serif in the mid-1950s, favored by many leading Swiss designers.
Französische Grotesk was one of Haas’ existing sans serif typefaces, based on Schelter & Giesecke’s Breite halbfette Grotesk from 1890. Its popularity was decreasing in the mid-1950s.
Normal-Grotesk, Haas’ other sans serif, was a 1943 reworking of a generic typeface from around 1910. By the mid-1950s, its narrow and boxy design became less popular with contemporary Swiss designers
over 1 year ago
nice structure. i really like these colors together as well. that red and faint peach \(*u* )/ yus!
about 1 year ago
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