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Part two of our two part series with Jim Parkinson. Type designer and Logo designer for Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Esquire, and many other publications.
So far we’ve had the introductory TDC2 overview post, Type Systems, Text Faces, and now it’s time for Display Type.
Over the last two years FontStruct has grown into a community of over 270,000 typographic bricklayers.
In FontCast’s search for typographic designers with interesting stories to tell we talk to Jim Parkinson.
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.
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