A sampling of typographic events and progress from different parts of the world. Feature: Sweden, Sri Lanka, China, Portugal, and Slovenia.
Nüshu, which means “female calligraphy” in Chinese, is a type of chirography that was primarily written by women in modern times. This specific type of chirography had only been handwritten, leaving no trace of prior existence in printed form. Nüshu has very unique shapes in comparison to Chinese. With only 398 characters, it took more… Continue reading Digitized Design for Nüshu Script: Noto Traditional Nushu
The Tangut dynasty left behind a brilliant culture and a new script, the Tangut script. In this information era, the correctness and completeness of the Tangut font have become extremely important, as it is the carrier of Tangut culture. The topic of this presentation originated from the design of the first version of Noto Serif… Continue reading Tangut Typefaces Research and the Redesign of Noto Serif Tangut