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Radko Hromátka is a graphic and type designer from Prague, Czech Republic. Radko has worked as a graphic designer for various agencies, producing artwork, brands, corporate publicities and print layouts. He has been participating on the book design for the poetry collection by creating book structure and illustrations. He established his own creative studio, Tygra Publishing, in 2006. In 2010 Radko created the art deco sans caps family Galanda Moderna and in 2012 the polygonal typeface Vaba. The fonts are distributed on Myfonts and Hypefortype. Galanda Moderna typeface will be published in the book of Czech digitized fonts 1990 - 2010 prepared under the Auspices of the Academy of arts architecture and design, Prague.
Ray Cruz has received over 30 graphic and type design awards for his work. He is a member of the Type Directors Club, the Society of Typographic Aficionados (SoTA) and the Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI).
Founder Steve Jackaman has assembled an impressive selection of releases through his International Type Foundry and Red Rooster Type Collection.
What should you expect from Remote Inc’s StayPretty collection? Captivating curves and seductive serifs, says founder Mark Herd.
Japanese fonts from Ricoh
Robert Howell has been creating typefaces and designing broadcast graphics since 1993. Experience pays off in this innovative collection.
Robert Arnow is a self-employed illustrator and graphic designer. He first became interested in art as a graffiti-writer in Brooklyn, which he later followed up with a professional design education at Parsons. Since 1999, he has been self-employed on a wide variety of projects for high-profile clients including Apple, Microsoft, the Washington Post Magazine, Blue Note Records, the Boston Globe and many others. He has also done work for many socially responsible businesses and causes. His fonts are influenced by the urban environment in which he was raised.
Roy Cole typography was formed in 2003 by the British typographer Roy Cole (1932-2012). Roy was the only British compositor to study at the Allgemeine Gewerbeschule in Basle, Switzerland, under the tutelage of Emil Ruder, the master of modern typography. At this time, in the 1950s-1960s, the Gewerbeschule was host to a particularly formidable team of tutors - Robert Büchler, Kurt Hauert, Armin Hofmann, and Ruder himself - and created a typographic style that attained world recognition. Roy pursued his practise in Switzerland and the UK working, in the main, for a range of prestigious publishers, museums, and public libraries. The objective of Roy Cole typography in 2003 was to further develop the san serif style of typefaces and Roy designed Lina (2003), Zeta (2006), Colophon (2009), and Coleface (2012).
René Bieder is a Berlin based Designer and Art Director. Before becoming a self-taught type designer, he was working in various advertising agencies. Since 2012 he is developing type families ranging from display to text usage. Two of his type families became Myfonts' most successful releases of the year in 2012 and 2013.
Rui Abreu is a Portuguese type designer living in Lisbon. Originally from Porto, he studied Graphic Design at the University of Porto - School of Fine Arts, where he graduated in 2003. Rui Started experimenting with typography during his student years and in 2006 released his first attempts with fonts.In 2008 he launched, a showcase with a selection of his work. Since 2008, Rui Abreu published fonts with the Swedish type foundry Fountain, including the typefaces Orbe Pro and Aria Pro. After working in design agencies for 8 years, Rui has been working as a full-time type designer since 2012.
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