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Gotta go draw now: an interview with Richard Lipton

Amy Papaelias talks with Richard Lipton about drawing, focusing, and plying his craft from a studio near the ocean.

Bennet makes the grade

Hot on the heels of his substantial expansion of Meno, Richard Lipton releases Bennet, an extensive new type family for editorial use and beyond.

Meno comes of age: 7-style family matures into a typographic powerhouse

Originally released as a modest yet elegant workhorse serif face in 1994, Richard Lipton’s Meno expands into a sprawling, glamorous type system in three optical sizes.

Canto starts a new chapter

Six years after its original release, Richard Lipton has significantly augmented this lyrical, inscriptional family, greatly furthering its expressive range.

Inside The Fonts | Grading Bennet

With Richard Lipton’s latest release, Bennet, you can now add text grades to your typographic arsenal. But what exactly are grades? Why use them?

Type Mag interviews Richard Lipton

Richard Lipton has been designing type and lettering for over 40 years and continues releasing new typefaces with style and utility.

Bennet

Bennet is a beautiful new type family with optically graded text in addition to display and banner styles.

Delaney sets the pace

Inspired by the jaunty flow of an Italian bicycle maker’s logo, Richard Lipton’s latest script promises a sweet ride.

Delaney

Richard Lipton took off from an old bicycle logo and hasn’t stopped since, pushing the weights and fine details of a dynamic script to their limits. In a relaxed manner, of course.

Typeface overview

A quick visual overview of Lipton’s type designs from Font Bureau, Bitstream and Adobe.

Canto poster

Rudolf Koch quote

Type Thursday interview

Three Ways to Improve Your Italic Calligraphy