Gorgeous prints and posters promoting the traveling wonders and merriment of days long gone will now hit the road themselves thanks to a collaboration between Adobe Typekit and the Hamilton Woodtype & Printing Museum.

The Enquirer Collection exhibit was unveiled at the Hamilton Wayzgoose conference earlier this month in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, framed in custom travel-ready cases. We chatted with Artistic Director Bill Moran about this new endeavor.

What is the Enquirer Collection? Why is it going on the road?
The Enquirer Collection is a group of printing plates, wood type, vintage posters and correspondence letters from Enquirer Printing, based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The …

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New on Typekit: Load web fonts with CSS

In August, we launched an Early Access preview for serving web fonts without JavaScript. Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve rolled these capabilities out to all our customers.

With the CSS embed code, you can use web fonts from Typekit in HTML email, Google AMP, and custom stylesheets, and more — places that our previous reliance on JavaScript prevented us from supporting. Starting today you’ll see the new CSS embed code in our kit editor, where it’s available as an HTML link tag or CSS @import statement.

Any existing websites with the default JavaScript embed code will continue to work with no change on …

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Myriad Devanagari and Myriad Bengali: New Brahmic type from Adobe Type

Myriad Devanagari and Myriad Bengali: New Brahmic type from Adobe Type

It is with great satisfaction that I present the two newest additions from Adobe Type to the Typekit library, Myriad Devanagari and Myriad Bengali. Designed by Vaibhav Singh and Neelakash Kshetrimayum, respectively, these typefaces translate the design of our popular Myriad family to the most-used writing systems of India.

From the beginning, the concept for these families was to make them harmonize in spirit with Myriad, Adobe’s best-loved sans serif design, and to continue building out the general usability for the Myriad superfamily. Existing Myriad families already included script coverage for Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic writing systems. Designing Devanagari …

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