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I Love Typography presents the making of Sindelar
At ilovetypography.com there is a series of articles on the making of fonts. My contribution, Making Fonts: Sindelar, is the most recent article in this series. The article describes the requirements of newspaper typefaces in general and gives an insight into the specific decisions made during the development of Sindelar.
If you want to learn more about Sindelar and its qualities just take a look at the article at I Love Typography. A few years ago, shortly after the release of Acorde, an article on the making of Acorde was published at I Love Typography too.One of the first sketches for Sindelar, dating from April 2009, Vienna.
DA Mitteilungen presents The making of Acorde
Since my article about the making of Acorde raised a lot of interest on the world’s most popular typography blog, I Love Typography (ILT), during autumn last year, I decided to translate the article to German and to make it specially available to Austrian designers with an interest in type and typography as well.
The article was published by Design Austria, Austria’s professional association and service organisation representing the interests of designers from all creative disciplines, appearing in its quarterly published journal DA Mitteilungen (issue No. 2/2011).The cover of the DA Mitteilungen issue No. 2/2011. Double page spread showing the article on Acorde.
I Love Typography presents the making of Acorde
»I liked Stefan Willerstorfer’s new typeface Acorde so much, that I asked him to write about it for ILT«, states John Boardley, British-born writer, publisher, and graphic designer, who founded the world’s most popular typography blog ILT (I Love Typography) in 2007.
Thus if you want to learn more about the making of Acorde just head to I Love Typography. It is just one of many reasons for having a look at this very well made website dealing with the various aspects of typography. One can really feel that the founder’s motivation for starting this website was his true passion for and interest in typography.