PSFK reports on the trends in typefaces and highlights some of the most popular fonts that have been issued by a new generation of typeface creators inspired and enabled by the digital age.

Is there a world beyond Arial? The New York Times reports on the trends in typefaces and selects some of the most popular fonts that have been issued by a new generation of typeface creators inspired and enabled by the digital age. The experimentation of the 90's, they argue, has evolved font development into a serious applied art form and business.

Mrs Eaves

Cezanne

Requiem

Neutraface

Inky Black Restrospecta

Powerhouse

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