TYPE DESIGN INFORMATION PAGE last updated on Wed Oct 22 11:30:17 EDT 2014
Type scene in Utah
Orem, Utah-based designers of the beautiful dingbat font ArborisFolium (1976), and of Agathodaimon (runes and astrological symbols) and Animal Tracks. At Plazm, Andrew D. Taylor published Avenatha (1995). Avenatha at Mindcandy. Agathodaimon (alternate site). Dafont link. [Google] [More] ⦿
American outfit in Salt Lake City, UT. Erin and Chris designed the AP Applique Cut and AP Applique Stitched fonts in 2010.
Mayan, hieroglyphs, cuneiform, Syriac, etc.: commercial site located in West Clinton, Utah. Free demos. Etruscan, old Greek, old Hebrew, archeological fonts. Run by Scott T. Smith from Clinton, Utah. Plus Native American dingbats. [Google] [More] ⦿
Graduate from the College of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, 2012, b. 1988, Tehran. He created the Farsi typefaces Arya and Paakize in 2013. He currently works as a graphic designer in Salt Lake City, UT. [Google] [More] ⦿
Voltage writes: Ashley Mackay is a disarmingly quirky and eclectic freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her portfolio has everything from illustrations for Martha Stewart Magazine and HarperCollins to hand lettering for her mother, exemplifying Mackay's unaffected and openhearted style--just what you'd expect from an Idaho farm girl with a fondness for bikes and kittens.
Betatype was established in 2003 by Christian Robertson, and is located in Concord, CA. It offers custom type design services as well as commercial fonts. Christian completed the BFA program in Graphic Design at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT, and was a partner at Mansfield Design Company in American Fork, UT. He joined Google where he presently works.
While at at Brigham Young University, he designed Alexandre (2004, a roman influenced by blackletter), Blackletter No.36, Uncial New (2004, an uncial with a unicase feel), Aloe (2003), Betatype No. 28 (2003, a semiserif), Ulysses (2003), Pill Aberration, Raisin Nut, Pill Gothic (2001, a sans family published in 2004 at Umbrella Type/Veer), Beezer Sans, Uncial Slab, Sketch No. 26, Sketch No. 25, Dear Sarah (2004, a contextual handwriting face done with great care, available from Umbrella Type), and Factory. i
Betatype published these fonts:
Brad O. Nelson
Brain Eaters Font Co.
BrainEaters is Brad O. Nelson's font outfit in Salt Lake City, Utah (formerly in Orem, UT). Current fonts (mostly commercial, some free) include: BEBlob, BECROSS, Bingo Star, BubbleMan, DecayingAlternate, Decaying, EvilOfFrankenstein, PlasmaRain, SinsofRhonda, Witless, Blood Of Dracula (1.1), Blood Feast (1.1), Cat Women of the Moon, Cat Boxed, Channel Tuning, Demon Night (1.2), EddieFisher (1.4) (early 60's beatnik style sharp serif face), EddieFisher's Brothers (1.1), FrankenTOHO (1.1), H-Man (1.2), H-Man Part 2 (1.1), Keep on truckin (2003, psychedelic), Musicals (psychedelic), Psychatronic (2.0), Psychatronic Two Caps, Shiver (1.1), Spooky One (1.1), Stencil Gothic, Two-Face, Strange Planet, UmAbort, Mysterian, Old Witch, Sinister Urge, Haunted Hillbilly, Shiver, Sinbad 7, Trauma, Ghetto Dan, Burn in Hell, Unmanned Mission, Bloodytronic, A Weird Party (curly!), Amhole, BE Marker, Brain Invaders, Cat Women, KuntryHog&Joe, Matchbook, Space Immortalizer, BE Streetwalker, Butch Wax, Oh My Word, A Weird Party, Amhole, Prosy Script, Ramsesfuad, PsychTest, Circusized, Marker Money FW and CV (2005, an irregular hand), Witless (2008), Xerker, Robot Games, Space Blasterm Hyper Drive, Prosy Script, Ramsesfuad, PsychTest, Circusized, Space Immortalizer, Matchbook, Be Streetwilaker, Butch Wax, Oh My Word, Strange Planet, Um Abort, Mysterian, Old Witch, Sinister Urge.
Brigham Young was one of Utah's pioneers. This page has a historical study of the Deseret alphabet. A quote from the Salt Lake Tribune (2000): "It was another of Brigham Young's bold and audacious experiments, University of Utah History Professor Dean May said. ... It was also extremely expensive to typeset the new characters and only four books were ever published: two elementary school readers, one partial Book of Mormon and one full Book of Mormon." [Google] [More] ⦿
Bountiful, UT-based foundry of Chris Metcalfe, a graphic designer and illustrator, born in 1983 in Utah. His illustration skills shine through his hand-drawn type designs, Conjur, Dotface, Trappers And Traders, which can be bought through MyFonts. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Art director, designer and consultant based in Salt Lake City, UT. He created the commercial latin / Cyrillic geometric sans font family Venti CF in 2014---Venti can be purchased here.
Salt Lake City, UT-based creative director at deseretnews.com and designer of the freeware bold sans serif font Faktos (1992). Other typefaces by Cory include Ely Bold and the gorgeous art deco sans Fatboy Heavy.
Creative Juncture is Justin Daniels's design company in Salt Lake City, UT.
Cony Larsen (Cut@Home LLC, based in Orem, UT) is the designer of a number of fonts in 2003 such as DCAshley, DCBaby, DCBailey, DCBeary, DCBedtime, DCChelsi, DCChelsiJournal, DCCherry, DCCherryJournal, DCCookie, DCCookieJournal, DCCurlyQs, DCDots, DCDotsJournal, DCFunSerif, DCFunSerifJournal, DCGoofy, DCGrapeVine, DCHibiscus, DCKristy, DCKristyJournal, DCLindsey, DCMadison, DCMadisonJournal, DCMakeaWish, DCMoonbeams, DCRecess, DCRecessJournal, DCRose, DCSassy, DCSassyJournal, DCSeasons, DCSimplicity, DCSpring, DCSugarnSpice, DCTwoStep. These can be found on the FontBug Font CD. Some fonts are said to be designed by C. Christenson and others by Chelsi Pulley or N. Lefebvre. [Google] [More] ⦿
Assistant Professor in the Department of Art & Art History, University of Utah, in Salt lake City.
As Fugitiveglue at FontStruct, he made Allemande (2010), and Havre (2009, gridded), as well as the more experimental Luggage Lifter (2010), Root Canal (2010), Unexamined Zipper (2009) and Gawe (2010). Routeo (2010) is art nouveau, and Ampul (2010) simulates Arabic.
Perforane is a heavy mechanical/octagonal unicase typeface, while Guasco (2012) is a curly high-contrast face. Perforance became the basis of a large family of fonts, like PERF Blur (textured face), PERF Glow, PERF Solid, PERF Solid 3D, PERF Knockout 3D, PERF Punch1 3D, PERF Punch3 3D, PERF Punch1, PERF Punch2, Cuevita (2012).
Dave Bastian is from Utah and graduated from Brigham Young University. Dave Bastian's free fonts: Etruscan, Fancy Face, Frankie (Frankenstein font), Korohanza, Noodle Calligraphic, Noodle Script (upright script), Noodle Shaded, SixtySeven, Startling, Stone-Age, Weehah.
David Thometz Design
David Thometz (b. Everett, WA, 1966) is a designer in South Jordan, UT (near Salt Lake City) who has produced some fonts for his own projects. In 2004, he moved to Hampton, TN. Typefaces by him include DTD Silvertone Woodtype, DTD Architrave Sans, DTD Tinhorn, DTD Venceremos Latin, DTD Hefeweizen (blackletter, beer bottle font), DTD Architrave (2001), DTD Digita (a great screen font), DTD Seriatim [+ Seriatim Gestalt, + Seriatim Uncial, 2003, + Seriatim Sans, 2003), DTW Erwin (2004, a Venetian newspaper face for the Erwin Record, a small, weekly newspaper in the town of Erwin in northeastern Tennessee, based on a cross of Plantin and Cloister), and Erwin Gothic (2007), its companion. About Erwin Gothic, he says: The design of Erwin Gothic is based on a series of German grotesque families from the early 1900s, designed originally by Johannes Wagner and distributed originally by Wagner&Schmidt as Wotan (ca. 1914?), Lessing, Reichsgrotesk and Edel Grotesque; and subsequently reworked and re-released by several foundries under these names as well as names such as Annonce Grotesque (ca. 1912?), Aurora Grotesk (ca. 1928), Neue Aurora Grotesk (1964) and Aura. Anzeigen Grotesk (ca. 1943) appears to be another offspring of these designs.
Eagle Mountain, UT-based creator of free and commercial fonts and icons, ca. 2014---often poster fonts in the style of Pintassilgo or Hanoded---including Pleasantly Plump Icons (2013), Skewed Icons, Stacked (2013), Torple (2014), DubBub (2014), End To End Mini (2014), The Right Stuff Mini (2014), Gab Mini (2014), Two and Two Mini (2014), Peabo (2014, stars and stripes font), Forfty Mini (2014), Scribble (2014) and Quick & Dirty Mini (2014).
During her studies in Cedar City, UT, Eva Chau designed the Western typeface Gateway (2013).
Freeware Macintosh Logic Fonts
Freeware Mac fonts for logic: Lics (Luca Cardelli, DEC), Zedfont (1995, Richard Jones, University of Kent at Canterbury), and Ophir (a 1987 bitmap font by Bangs Tapscott of the University of Utah). Maintained by Jack Campin. [Google] [More] ⦿
Graphic designer who runs De Haan Art in Salt Lake City, UT. She created the all caps Floral Alphabet in 2013.
Artist in Salt Lake City. FontStructor who specializes in geometric pattern alphabets such as Cloaked Humanity (2010) and the blackletter version of it, Fraktured Humanity (2010, based on drawings from Albrecht Durer's De Symmetria). Other faces from 2010: Super Elevated, Shock, Elevated Humanity. [Google] [More] ⦿
Karen Foster Design
Karen Foster's fonts are sold through LetteringDelights.com at 2USD a piece. Home page of this Farmington, Utah-based designer. Fonts include KFBlossom, KFBugs, KFCalico, KFCandle, KFCarnival, KFPizazz, KFTeddy, KFZiggle, KFDoodleDots, KFHelium, KFKaren, KFLumpy, KFPenPals, KFPuff, KFSpritz, KFTwirl, KFZoo. [Google] [More] ⦿
Kyle Wayne Benson (b. 1988, Texas) describes himself as an affable graphic and type designer. He has his own commercial foundry, also called Kyle Wayne Benson, which specializes in signage type. It is located in Orem, UT. Creator in 2013 of Benson Script (with three contrast levels, from didone to monoline), the octagonal angular faces Millie and Truth, and of Clayton, Red Benny, Tide's In, Tide Sans (the surf-inspired humanist with a humorous selection of weight names ranging from Lil Bunny, to Dudette, Bunny, Mondo, Kahuna and Dude), Tide Sans Condensed, and Farmer's Co-Op (a vernacular sans with wood type influences).
Typefaces from 2014: Good News Sans (a set of 18 display sans typefaces, mostly for titling or short pieces), Kansas Casual (a sign painting font), Maritime Champion (inline typeface), National Champion (octagonal athletic lettering family).
Company founded by Doug Larson in 1994, and located in Pleasant Grove, UT. Before that, Doug was at WordPerfect Corporation. Lettering Delights specializes in scrapbook, handwriting and alphading fonts. MyFonts link. MyFonts sells the following fonts, made in 2007-2008: LD Chaver (faux Hebrew), LD Cottage (blackletter), LD Daffy, LD Castle (Lombardic), LD Christmas Ale (uncial), LD Appliquée, LD Count Fontula (a grungy blackletter), LD Absurd, LD Bohemian Filigree, and many more. The "LDJ" series is made by Jillustration. A more complete list, as of March 2009: DB Dainty Swirl, LD Bohemian Filigree, LD Honeydukes, LDJ Christmas Troll, DB Trees, DB Floridity, DB Frilly Frames, DB Animal Occasion, DB Roman Philosophy, LD Garbo, DB Flornaments, DB Post Master, LD Daffy, LDJ Flirt, DB Flower Power, LD Absurd, DB Fancy Flourishes, LDJ Exhibit, LDJ Crafty (2007), LD Lamestain, DB Borders Birthday, DB Journal Doodles, LD Dirty Drusillus, LD Unconventional, DB Circles-Frilly, DB Foliage, LD Kung Pow, LDJ Jill Bird, DB Spring Fling, LD Goober, DB Artsy, DB Girly Flowers, DB Girly Girl, DB Journaling Boxes, DB Falalalala Doodle, LD Rock Hero, LDJ Yuletide, LD Count Fontula, LD Hang Ten, LD Horror Movie, DB Bridal Doodles, DB Floragraphy, LDJ Silly Sister, LDJ Jillk And Cookies, DB Birthday Cheer, LDI Fancy Folk, LD Imagine That, TXT Bethlehem, LD Distorted Drusillus, LD Romeo, LD Ugly Duckling, DB Beach Doodles, DB Easter Bunny, DB Smartypants, LD Christmas Ale, LD Shmutz, LDJ Eccentric, LD Cottage, LD Roman Sketch, LD Flutter, LD Generation X, LDJ Whimsey, LDJ Bash, LDJ Hen Hand, LD Roman Engraving, LDJ Scribble Scriptish, DB Fleuries, DB Pit Stop, DB Post Stamp, LDJ Distressed Yuletide, LDJ Jillegible, LDJ Cool Play, LD Demure, LDJ Caper, LD Poco, LD Softy, LD This Way, DB Easter Fun Doodles, DB Family Tree, DB Fright Night, DB Frilly Paisley, DB Just For U, DB Wedding Book, LD Scary, LD Appliqué, LDJ Forever Friends, LD Castle, LDJ Jill Scratch, LD Puck, LD Chaver, DB Bugs, DB Doodledeedoo, DB Frilly Words, DB Girly Soccer, DB Once Upon A Time, DB Spooky Doodles, DB Vintage Halloween, DB 'Tis The Season Modern, DB 'Tis The Season Words, DB Buggy Christmas, DB Christmas Doodles, DB Christmas Fun Doodles, DB Circles -, DB Circles - Christmas, DB Snowflakes, LD Hoot. Additions in 2009: TXT Fat Hatch, TXT Santa Font, LD Deck The Halls, LD Heather, LD Astoria, LDJ Doodaddles, TXT Brush Script, LD Elementary, LDJ Jingleberry, LDJ Knick Knack, LDJ Sneezes, LDJ Snow Doodles, TXT Annesia, TXT Groovy Smooth, TXT Hoopla, LD Let It Snow, LDJ Ho Ho Snow, TXT Altius, TXT HunkaSpunk, TXT Jubulation, TXT Monkeyshine, TXT Long Hand, LD Painters Hand, TXT Soda Shoppe, TXT Stonewashed, TXT Antique Italic, LD Wait, LD Soccer Mom, LDJ Sweet Potatoes, Scrap Caps, TXT Romanesque, Scrap casual, TXT Scribbletti, TXT Sloppy Script, LDJ Billy Bob, LDJ Cool Cat, LD Wedding, TXT Menu Item, LD Red Hatters Hand, Scrap Twiggy, LD Lanky, TXT Modern Mom, TXT Nuptials, TXT Delicate Script, LDJ Fadoodle, LD Kiss The Cook, LD Kooky, LD Old Country, LD Remington Portable, LD Underwood 5 (old typewriter), TXT Personality, TXT Jersey, LD Wanted (Far West), LDJ Dear Santa, TXT Monique, TXT Old English (blackletter), LD Christmas Carol (blackletter), LDJ Cooligraphy, LDJ Elf writing, LDJ Friend Font, LD Harry, Scrap Brother, LDJ Squirrel Tracks, TXT Tough Love, TXT Small World, TXT Stitched, LDJ Elf Note, LD Engraved, Scrap Sloppy, LD Sidewalk Chalk, LDJ Story Stamp, LDJ Tickled Tourist, LD Little Buggy (2008), LD Platform Soul (2011).
Images of some fonts made in 2010: LD Chaplin, LD Confucius, LD Cursive, LD Cursive Flourish, LD Eleanor Ray, LD Elegance, LD Gettysburg, LD Newborn Vampire, LD Twilight, LD Werewolf. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Logo, lettering and design company Lomax Design (Layton, UT) is run by Jefferson Lomax, who studied at the University of Utah. He designed Tanto (2013, a boxy futuristic sans) and Maximo (2004, a sans face).
London's Letters (was: Kitten's Korner)
London Stokes is a Utah-based designer who made mostly alpha dings. First her pages were called Kitten's Korner, and now they are just London's Letters. A partial font list: Birthday-Balloons, Conradasaur, Cat-Treats, Conrad's-Cows, Christmas-Cardinals, Cuddle-Cats, David's-Ducks, Hound-Dog, Jeremy's-Rigging, LondonBugs, Merry-Go-Round, PokeDex, Ringling-Brothers, Rykers-Pram, Stalking-Kitten, Tin-Soldiers, Toy-Soldier, Ty-Babies, Under-An-Acacia-Tree, Baby Egg, Helpful Hunnybee, Irish Beer, Pill Toad, Pokemon Master, SunshineMoonshine, Christmas Lights, LMS-HeroesAmongTheAshes, LMS-Beach-Wedding, LMS-Beautiful-Butterfly, LMS-Boyton-Alphabet, LMS-Calla-Lily, LMS-Darren's-Delight, LMS-Darren's-Diversion, LMS-Loves-Me, LMS-Tulips, Utah Welcomes The Olympics, LMS-Becca's-Wedding, LMS-Hogle-Zoo-Flutterbys, LMS-Inside-My-Claddah, LMS-Kat's-Cat, LMS-Lazy-Dayz, LMS-Oh-Canada, LMS-Rose, LMS-She-Shells, LMS-Summer-Camp-Love, LMS-Sunflowers-for-Jodie, LMS-Traci's-High-Flying-Hubby, LMS-A-Berry-Nice-Baby, LMS-Back-To-School, LMS-Bed-of-Ivy-and-Ribbons, LMS-Bloodsucker-Proxy, LMS-Comedy-of-Tragedies, LMS-Coral-Colt, LMS-Costume-Party, LMS-Friendly-Skys, LMS-God-Save-The-Queen (on the theme of the union jack), LMS-Hippy-Chick (flower power typeface), LMS-I-Wanna-Be-A-Superhero, LMS-Lights,-Camera,-Action, LMS-New-Cheerleader, LMS-Pumpkin-Pal, LMS-School-Spirit, LMS-The-Sorcerer's-Font, LMS-We-Love-To-Fly, Candle Lit, Collections Specialist, Daisy Days, Deck The Font, Everlasting, Festival of Lights, He Filled Both Stockings, Holly Jolly Christmas, Jazz Fan, Jolly Holiday, Let It Snow, Tropical Island Dream, Saint Nick, Snail Mail, You Better Watch Out, You've Got Mail, LMS-Just-A-Little-Pacers-Fan, LMS-Peppermint-Twist, LMS-Survive-Africa, LMS-Survive-The-Island, LMS-Survive-The-Outback, LMS-You-Are-My-Sunshine, LMSTyBears, Canadian Olympic Spirit, Charismatic Care Bears, Picnic Parade, Spring Lily, We're the chipmunks, By The Power of Grayskull, Pretty Baby Pony, Pretty Pony, Zoorific, LMS Zoo and aquarium Life, LMS-A-Berry-Nice-Baby, LMS-A-Berry-Nice-Font, LMS-A-Berry-Nice-Girl, LMSASnailsPace, LMSAliciasHorses, LMS-America-LSF, LMS-Anniversary-Dinner, LMS-Baby-Egg, LMSBabyHaydensShoes, LMS-Back-To-School, LMS-Beach-Wedding, LMS-Beautiful-Butterfly, LMS-Becca's-Wedding, LMS-Bed-of-Ivy-and-Ribbons, LMSBettyandVeronica (two women posing), LMSBeyondInfinity, LMSBirdWatching, LMS-Birthday-Balloons, LMSPebblesandBamBam, LMSScoobyDoo, LMSScrapPaper, LMSTheTruthIsOutThere, MS Circus Bugs, LMS Cut It Out, LMS Monday Night Football, LMS Paper Work, LMS Pigglet's Prize, LMS Rugrats Need Love Too, LMS Bloody Brujah (Treefrog-lookalike).
M U R
MUR is a design collective with backgrounds and formal education that include fine art, graffiti, graphic design, web design, illustration, and architecture. They offer some commercial typefaces va MyFonts. M U R is located in Portland, OR. Type designers include Julia Moore, Richard Moore, and Ian Williams. Richard Moore (b. Ogden, UT, 1977) runs m u r Font Foundry, and made the children's handwriting font First Grade (2008) and the graffiti fonts REPTILE (2008) and DEJA SADK (2008). Myfonts link. m u r also sells the children's font Wee Ian (2008) by Ian Williams. Other fonts include Julia Spiky (2011, a spindly children's hand), Kids Crayon (2010), Graffiti Drips (2009), Blockbuster (2008, broken concrete slkab look), Putty Peeps (2008, letters shaped as putty-shaped people), Murmur (2011), Skinny Walrus (2013), Old School Tattoo (2013), Rich Handwriting (2013), and Top Heavy (2008).
American software developer in Ogden, UT, associated with Intellect Laboratories. Designer of the graffiti style fonts Ethikal (2003), Ethix (2003), OrchaphobeNormal (2003) and MaliciousOne (2003). Alternate URL. [Google] [More] ⦿
Provo, UT-based creator of Escher (2014, a 3d wireframe font unrelated to Escher's optical illusions), Palacio (2013), Mathematical (2013, a free clean sans family), Mathematical Font (2013: inspired by the typeface used in the Adventure Time DVD packaging), the slab serif face Chelsea (2012) and the hand-printed Rubbish (2012).
On the origin of Deseret: "The Deseret Alphabet was devised as an alternative to the Latin alphabet for writing the English language. It was developed during the 1850s at the University of Deseret, now the University of Utah, and was promoted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the "Mormon" or LDS Church, under Church President Brigham Young (1801-1877). The name Deseret is taken from a word in the Book of Mormon and means "honeybee". It reflects the LDS use of the beehive as a symbol of cooperative industry. Brigham Young's secretary, George D. Watt, was among the designers of the Deseret Alphabet and is thought to have used the Pitman English Phonotypic Alphabet of 1847 as the model. The LDS Church commissioned two typefaces and published four books using the Deseret Alphabet. The Church-owned Deseret News also published passages of scripture using the alphabet on occasion. In addition, some historical records, diaries, and other materials were handwritten using this script, and it had limited use on coins and signs. There is also one tombstone in Cedar City, Utah, written in the Deseret Alphabet. However, the alphabet failed to gain wide acceptance and was not actively promoted after 1869. Today, the Deseret Alphabet remains of interest primarily to historians and hobbyists." This page at Omniglot has a copy of the glyphs, and some links to fonts. [Google] [More] ⦿
Commercial fonts from Orem, Utah-based CreatingKeepsakes on their "Best of Creative Lettering" CDs include CKAnythingGoes, CKBabyBottle, CKCalligraphy, CKCandyCorn, CKChristmasMemories, CKExpedition, CKFillIn, CKFrosting, CKGrapevine, CKPrint, CKRubberPencil, CKScript, CKSnow, CKSpringtime, CKWildnCrazy, CKBella, CKBlockRose, CKBubbles, CKCelebration, CKColumn, CKGrandstand, CKMystery, CKOrnament, CKPenman, CKPopsicle, CKPumpkin, CKShadowedBlock, CKSingleSerif, CKSugarCookie, CKSweetDreams, CKTrellis, CKWavey. [Google] [More] ⦿
A graphic designer from American Fork, UT. Creator in 2008 of an Escher-inspired optical illusion font called Implausible. This typeface won an award at the Communication Arts Annual in 2011. Discussion by the Typophiles. [Google] [More] ⦿
Graphic design student at Brigham Young University. He FontStructed mainly pixel and octagonal faces, all in 2011: Clair Regular Monospace, Commodore Neue, Clean Code, Clair Light, Commodore Tall, Nokia Text. [Google] [More] ⦿
Aka Stewf. Creator of the Mac version of "Monica", Andy Crewdson's digitization of Monica Lewinsky's handwriting (in notes she wrote for Bill Clinton). He also made Eerostyle (2008) with FontStruct, a parody of Eurostyle. Other fonts there include Pebble Soft, Pebble, Morricone (Far West spoof), Leaflet Gap (kitchen tile), Varsity (athletic lettering), MinimalBloc Gap (kitchen tile), WPA Gothic and WPA Gothic Deco (poster typefaces inspired by posters produced in the 1930s by FDR's WPA (Works Progress Administration) such as this one; similar poster types would include Futura Display, Tourist Gothic, FF Moderne Gothics, Refrigerator, and MVB Solano Gothic), Leaflet Wide Stem, Leaflet Stem and Leaflet. Links to his fonts there: eerostyle, leaflet, leaflet_gap, minimalbloc_gap, morricone, pebble_1, pebble_soft, varsity.
Stephen was a Utah-based graphic designer who used to design layouts for the USLC Chronicle. A typeface identifier with an encyclopedic mind, he runs the successful and lively type blog Typographica with Joshua Lurie-Terrell, Matthew Bardram and Patric King. He was Type Director at FontShop San Francisco from 2004-2010. Stephen is now a writer and typographic consultant, doing work for a variety of foundries and design studios.
Author of The Anatomy of Type: A Graphic Guide to 100 Typefaces (2012, Harper Design) and The Geometry of Type: The Anatomy of 100 Essential Typefaces (2013, Thames & Hudson, UK). Amazon link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿
Seth Taylor, or Eli Kirk, or Stotion, who is based in Provo, Utah, created Stendo Sans Curve (2013), a modestly curved monoline sans typeface. Stendo was extended in 2014 to Stendo Advanced and Stendo Extended. He also made Atrek (2013, +Heavy, +Inline, +Cutline).
In 2014, he set up the commercial foundry Stypeface.
Professor at Brigham Young University (Utah), who has a beautiful set of course notes on-line for his graduate course on Computer-Aided Geometric Design. It has virtually everything one needs to know about Bezier curves (chapter 2), and deals with PostScript, rational Bezier curves (with which one can make perfect circles), B-splines, and advanced material. [Google] [More] ⦿
Now also Tiffany Wardle de Sousa. She obtained a Bachelors of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Graphic Design from Brigham Young University, she worked in magazine design in New York City, and returned to her native Utah to teach as an adjunct professor in Graphic Design at BYU. She was a Pleasant Grove, UT-based librarian and designer. At Reading, she pocketed a Master of Arts in the Theory and History of Typography and Graphic Communication. She created VolkSans, a Bauhaus-style rounded font not available for public consumption. She also made the gorgeous font Affiché (2002), inspired by turn-of-the-century posters of Charles Loupot. She manages a great web page on type books and is involved in many typographic projects: Interrobang (A SOTA Publication), Indie Fonts III (a type book), TypeCulture (another type book), the Society of Typographic Aficionados (as a board member), the Association Typographique Internationale, Typophile (as a moderator). Presently, she is based in San Jose, CA. [Google] [More] ⦿
Graphic designer in Salt Lake City who created a ransom note font called Bohemian Poster Font (2012).
Graduate from the BFA program at the University of Utah in 2012. He lives in Salt Lake City. Designer of the counterless geometric typeface Die Blaster (2012).
American type designer, b. 1980, Utah. Designer of the free itchy sans face TC Daphne (2008). Arlo Vance has a BFA in Graphic Design from Brigham Young University. Since June of 2007 he has been working as a designer with Hint Creative in Salt Lake City, UT. He founded Typecaste. [Google] [MyFonts] [More] ⦿