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8 Faces Blog
A cool typography blog.
Emigre is a digital type foundry and published Emigre magazine between 1984 and 2005.
The Fonts.com™ store from Monotype offers more than 150,000 desktop and Web font products for you to preview, purchase and download. You can also learn about new typeface releases and discover typographic tips and techniques.
Carries over 30,000 fonts from more than 50 international type foundries, large and small.
Collections of fonts to purchase (with a few freebies).
What is that font? IdentiFont can help you find out.
Site offering more than 4000 typefaces, plus information about typography events, exhibitions, conferences, and other events.
View more than 63,000 fonts, including all 35 different styles of Helvetica.
Articles, essays, movies, a research directory, typography news, and more.
Online journal of typography featuring news, observations and open commentary on fonts and typographic design.
History of Typography
A virtual typography museum that includes typefaces from the 1480s to today.
Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum
The only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production and printing of wood type.
I Love Typography
A personal website about one graphic designer's passion for the history of typography, type design, and lettering.
Moore Wood Type
Columbus-area retired industrial arts teacher Scott Moore is reviving the art of carving wood type.
Museum of Metal Typography
The C.C. Stern Type Foundry is a non-profit working museum of metal type and casting equipment founded in 2009 and located in Portland, Oregon. Our organization is dedicated to preserving the heritage of America’s typecasting industry; educating people in the history of metal type and typography, its continued design influence and modern applications; and inspiring graphic artists and printers to pursue new directions using traditional practices.
The Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection
A comprehensive collection of wood type manufactured and used for printing in America during the nineteenth century.
G.R. Little Library
Elizabeth City State University