So far we’ve had the introductory TDC2 overview post, Type Systems, Text Faces, and now it’s time for Display Type.
Judging text faces is always a tricky thing – display type can go for sheer impact, but text type needs to be inconspicuous to a certain extent.
As the complete list of TDC2 2010 winners is too much to cover in one post, I’m discussing them one category per post. First the Type Systems.
Find out which typefaces won Cerificates of Excellence in Type Design at this year’s TDC2 Type Design Competition.
TDC2, the annual type design competition organised by the Type Directors Club of New York, come closest to being the “Oscars of Type”.
Winner of a Certificate of Excellence in Type Design at TDC2 2009 for his Cassius/Ali type system, Mathieu Réguer writes a guest editorial for The FontFeed.
After the involuntary extended delay in publishing on The FontFeed here’s the second instalment of the TDC2 2009 overview – The Text Faces.
As there never is any background information for the TDC2 winners on the TDC website The FontFeed compiled this overview of the Display faces.
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