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Typefaces and fonts are as important in design and branding as they’ve ever been, and understanding these terms’ historical meanings and current applications enables you to articulate what you want in a design accurately.
As said by Johnathan Hoeflner in the abstract, typeface designers create paints and provide them. It becomes like a base of the brand, magazine, and organisation.

This issue of Jam Today focuses on the typeface and its designers. After all, our world is incomplete without a beautiful-looking letter. We walk through the history of typefaces and the designers who shaped the typeface industry.

With the turning pages, we read about Carol Twombly, one of the most influential type designers and female artists. She transformed the significance of type design.
Further, we go on to read the interview of Lorenz Gianfreda from Buro Destruct, who believes that ‘A font is never complete’.

Through the magnificent visuals of typeface designs, we turn the page to read about Astrae Studio. Carl-Emil Storm Gabrielsen and Jesper Uttrup formed this studio through their
visionary partnership.

But, the talk about typeface designers is incomplete without talking about Matthew Carter, a designer who changed the world of typefaces and embarked on his career as a punchcutter.
Then we move on to the interview of Alisa Burzic, a designer inspired by modern architecture to create her letterforms.

We conclude the volume with Range Left, a studio that offers a different way of looking at letters, symbols and numbers.

Jam Today Magazine Description:

PublisherJam Today



Frequency9 Issues/Year

We live in a world that describes beauty, be it broken or unbroken, and that’s what we call design. Colours bloom in every corner of our path; it unites and forms a rainbow, and that’s what we call art. Our world embodies nature, and we travel miles to understand and explore it.
Design, art, and travel, the three most essential elements of life that we see and experience each day but somehow fail to observe.
Jam Today is a digital magazine dedicated to individual cities and their unseen and unexplored places, art, designs and creators. It connects a community of creative minds and travellers from all over the world. Our collection of photos, blogs, interviews of artists, travellers, and designers brings together a glimpse of the world and the great creative minds.
It lives to let you see, think and go beyond the expected.

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