History of typographic writing: the 19th century French style

Typofonderie: History of typographic writing: the 19th century French style

Published by Atelier Perrousseaux, this voluminous opus History of typographic writing: the 19th century French style, of nearly 400 pages is once again an erudite body of work with a great wealth of information. It covers not only what is most famous & important in French typography in the 19th Century, like the Didot family characters (which take central stage in the book) but also aspects which are sometimes rather under-valued: for example, the influence of English typography on the French type designers of the time, the importance of the rebirth of the Elzévirs (old face) or the invention of fancy characters.

Time to choose between Mislab and Ardoise typefaces

Time to choose between Mislab and Ardoise typefaces from Typofonderie

Why making a choice? Because they indeed may not work so well when employed together. Due to their style, Mislab as Ardoise are particularly suited to a masculine universe, tech environments, serious and rigorous. When it comes to talking about economics, sport cars, technology toys, they will bring your layouts a beautiful vibration. The Mislab and Ardoise are the most complete typeface families available on Typofonderie library… And now available in STD versions.

In use: Done not done meet Parisine Plus

In use: Done not done meet Parisine Plus

Among the many applications and TodoList web services, Done not Done is a rather atypical case since it allows the user to focus not on what he “should”, but rather on what he “wants” to do. Here, your desires are classified into three categories: watching, reading, listening. We are far from a stressful TodoList, the “Done not done” look and feel is fun and it is noticeable immediately.