In use: The program of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, set in Anisette by Anette Lenz

Sublimate graphic design with good typography, Anette Lenz

Anette Lenz designed recently the program of the Musée des arts décoratifs, in Paris, with Anisette, a Typofonderie font. We went to meet her and ask her a few questions. Anette Lenz is a graphic designer from Germany, based in France since several years. Working from a Paris-based studio, she travels often because she enjoys sharing her passion for design with students in many countries, such as HEAD School in Geneva, Switzerland. She has many remarkable collaborations & clients…

Fête du Graphisme 2015: Roundtable as part of Sacrés caractères short movies

Fête du Graphisme 2015: Table ronde dans le cadre de la projection de Sacrés caractères

As part of the Fête du Graphisme 2015, projection of 12 short movies called Sacrés caractères: Times, Futura, Helvetica, Mistral, Bodoni, Garamond and many others. The film crew including Thomas Sipp, Damien Gautier and Valérianne Boué will be present. This is also an opportunity to honor this essential discipline of graphic arts and unknown to the public, typeface design. “A roundtable hosted by Philippe Di Folco will include typographers, typeface designers including Jean François Porchez.”(Fête du Graphisme 2015: Table ronde dans le cadre de la projection de Sacrés caractères)”“!:/gazette/post/fete-du-graphisme-sacres-caracteres-at-arts-decoratifs/

A wallpaper calendar December 2014 featuring Angie Sans

Typofonderie wallpaper set in Angie Sans

Throughout this 2014 year, designers have created for you specific wallpaper calendars, free to download and set in Typofonderie typefaces. Each month, it’s also a great opportunity to ask few questions to our monthly guest designer. For this month of December 2014, it’s Claudia de Almeida who has chosen Angie Sans, designed by Jean François Porchez. She answers to our questions. Read more and download the free wallpaper…

The Typofonderie type specimens collection

The Typofonderie type specimen collection

Since 1994, for each typeface published by Typofonderie, a printed specimen is designed. The explanation is very simple: before the web, this was in fact the only way to present correctly a typeface. The web has changed that, a lot. What’s the function of a typeface specimen? A real tool for graphic designers, to check the style and functionalities of typefaces they may potentially need as part of any new projects?

A wallpaper calendar November 2014 featuring Le Monde Livre Classic

Typofonderie wallpaper set in Le Monde Livre Classic

Throughout this 2014 year, designers have created for you specific wallpaper calendars, free to download and set in Typofonderie typefaces. Each month, it’s also a great opportunity to ask few questions to our monthly guest designer. For this month of November 2014, it’s Laura Serra who has chosen Le Monde Livre Classic, designed by Jean François Porchez. She answers to our questions. Read more and download the free wallpaper…

A wallpaper calendar October 2014 featuring Parisine

Typofonderie wallpaper set in Parisine

Throughout this 2014 year, designers have created for you specific wallpaper calendars, free to download and set in Typofonderie typefaces. Each month, it’s also a great opportunity to ask few questions to our monthly guest designer. For this month of October 2014, it’s Catherine Dixon who has chosen Parisine, designed by Jean François Porchez. She answers to our questions. Read more and download the free wallpaper…