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A Font Is Born: Inside the Creative Process of Hoefler and Frere-Jones
Mar 14, 2014 | 104-part series
The creators of some of the most memorable type faces in recent history discuss the inner workings of a type foundry. Although the two men are currently engaged in a lawsuit over control of the company, the film Font Men shows the duo at a happier time when they designed for everyone from Barack Obama to The New York Times. The film, which recently screened at SXSW, comes from the Dress Code production company.
About This Series
A curated showcase of short films selected by The Atlantic