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The Jestchest – great sources for typography.


Penguin Composition Rules by Jan Tschichold
The mother of typographic rules to me. I was first introduced to them by Carl Fredrik Hultenheim.
Practical TypographyMatthew Butterick
A great typographic guide.
State of WebtypeBram Stein
An up-to-date browser support data for web fonts & typographic features on the web.

Type and writing

Typedia blog
Seriously great newsletters with examples of new fonts and a very good curated list of typographic news.
Ministry of Type
I’ve been a fan for ages, the level of detail and craftsmanship Aegir reproduces the illustrations and typography he writes to me is staggering
Craig Mod
Some of the best articles on the web is authored by Craig. Writes pretty rarely but jee is his articles well thought through.
A bit more traditional feed showcasing and reviewing fonts, mixed up with book reviews, articles and typographic design commentary now and then.
A typefoundre that has a lot of good articles.
I Love Typography
A truly great resource for almost anything typographical by John Boardley (founder and publisher of Codex Magazine).
The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web
Robert Bringhurst’s book The Elements of Typographic Style applied to the web by Richard Rutter.
Without a doubt one of the best typeface and typography related forum ever.

Books & magazines

The friends of The National Library of Sweden publishes this quarterly book about typography, bookbinding, printing, illustration and all other topics related to books.
Compass by Carl Fredrik Hultenheim
Swedish typographer Carl Fredrik Hultenheims first and last issue of his book series about typography. It is a great source of knowledge for anyone interested in typography. Unfortunately it’s out of print but it might be available from «Antikvariat Morris» in Sweden.
Codex Magazine – the journal of letterforms by John Boardley
No other magazine has taken on and showed such a passion and love for letterforms and typography than Codex. If you don’t own a copy of the three issues, you’d better head over to their site and buy them now.


Font Friend is a bookmarklet that lets you try Google Webfonts on your site directly in the browser.
A great Chrome extension that lets you hover a font on any site and it tells you what font is used.

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