Letterform Archive organizes courses and workshops; hosts lectures by visiting artists and designers from all over the world; issues publications; curates exhibitions; puts on public events such as brunches and receptions; and digitizes materials in high fidelity to share on the web. Visit the website for details.
OK, font/design/letterpress nerds—this one’s for you. The Letterform Archive opened a year ago with more than 15,000 physical and digital artifacts, including books, journals, posters, drawings and prints, among other ephemera, all focused on the beauty of letter forms throughout history. Featuring courses and workshops as well as public events with visiting artists.