I am always on the hunt for new, inspiring and typography-related resources. Below are 35+ organized resources, inspiration, educational sites and more that relate in some shape and form to typography.
Feel free to dig through the typographic “tool shed” of resources below:
Typedia is a community website to classify typefaces and educate people about them. Think of it like a mix between IMDb and Wikipedia, but just for type. Anyone can join, add, and edit pages for typefaces or for the people behind the type.
Typography and Font Mega Toolbox
Typography aggregation from various resources around the web
A new and amazing type-based aggregation site from the people over at I Love Typography. Also, my new homepage :)
High quality fonts and custom type design
HAND-DRAWN AND FOUND TYPE INSPIRATION
WPA Posters and hand-drawn vintage lettering
A beautiful arrangement of notes taken at SXSW… have to love designer’s sketchbooks and notebooks. Words are pictures.
A fun little iPhone web app that allows you to tag and search letters from the community and make words out of found lettering.
EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATIONAL
Radio station and talks related to typography and other design related issues.
The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web address how to improve web typography, including rhythm, proportion, measure, and much more.
Type design philosophy
Typography workshop with a listed of type-basics and references.
A must-see… that’s all I’m saying. :)
A nice collection of font pairing for partnering serifs and sans.
An extensive 96 Typography Blogs list. I was going to list them here but instead I’ll listed the ones that were not covered via the above resource below.
A beautiful letterpress blog that showcases beautiful typography and design.
42 Amazing Resources for Inspirational Typography
Typography in advertising design
Typography based design blog inspiration
An aggregation of awesome typography-based t-shirts.
A tweet aggregation that collects tweets that have anything to do with typography, fonts, lettering, etc. Very cool and useful.
An interesting concept where you can combine parts of letters to form shapes and art.