Font Bureau released the origin of now ubiquitous Helvetica.
Type designer Christian Schwartz has newly restored the original Neue Haas Grotesk in digital form.
Knowing Christian Schwartz, you know that this is a high quality digital type – ehem, I mean font – which included text and display cut, alternate glyph, small-caps, to name a few. All in glorious total 22 styles. Also talking about Christian Schwartz, read his post at ILT about why he started a type foundry.
Don’t know the story behind Neue Hass Grotesk/Helvetica debacle? Head over to the history section of this nicely done minisite.