For this new year 2017 we wish you very promising and successful year. Best wishes of happiness and prosperity. Thank you for your support, dear typeface users, from amateurs to top experts. Also to anyone we’ve had pleasure to discuss with… Many new things planned for 2017!
Co-founded by Jean François Porchez, ZeCraft is the parallel activity of Typofonderie, with a team of highly skilled and creative designers specialized in typographic design. We’re happy to announce the launch of the ZeCraft website!
Best wishes for this new year 2016. We wish you a year ahead full of promise and success. All our best wishes for happiness and prosperity. Thanks to all for your great support, we are excited to finally publish in 2016 the new typefaces we promized to launch in 2015!
Fleur Pellerin, Minister of Culture and Communication handed out on 9 April 2015 to Jean François Porchez, typeface designer, the knight badge in the order of Arts and Letters, in recognition of his significant contributions to the arts, literature, or the propagation of these fields in favor of French culture.
Since many years, graphic designers, customers ask us questions about where they could learn to create typefaces without taking a year off at MATD or KABK. This is in order to respond to what’s missing in Europe, particularly in France, that we have decided to work on this project since summer 2014. We’re now proud to announce the launch of this new Typofonderie activity. Type@Paris is the first intensive type design program in Paris, offering a unique approach in Europe to learn type design from scratch (or almost) following a long tradition of curriculum started in France in the 70’s.
Best wishes for this new year 2015. We wish you a year ahead full of promise and success. All our best wishes for happiness and prosperity. Thanks to all for your great support, we are excited to publish in 2015 the new typefaces we work on since few years!
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?