Wednesday, November 29, 2017

typeface morire (end of the grunge era)


Somewhere in the mid-2000s, clean lettering and subtle spacing experienced a resurgence in popularity, and the use of grunge typography went into decline: conservative became modern, and chaotic became clichéd. Fasforward to 2015: the reversion to classicism is nigh complete. Demand for grunge fonts comes from LatinAmerica and Europe rather than the U.S.