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Museo Sans Condensed from Exljbris https://blog.typekit.com/2012/09/21/museo-sans-condensed-from-exljbris/

Museo Sans, a perennial Typekit favorite, now comes in a Condensed width. Like its wider predecessor, Museo Sans Condensed is a neutral, steady geometric sans with few frills. Five weights, each with an italic, make this slender style...

New from exljbris, Museo Sans Rounded https://blog.typekit.com/2011/03/25/new-from-exljbris-museo-sans-rounded/

Museo Sans Rounded (pink), overlaid with Museo Sans (gray) One of the most popular web font families in existence now has a new addition. Museo Sans Rounded, from Jos Buivenga of exljbris Font Foundry, joins its siblings Museo, Museo...

New fonts: Anisette and Retiro, Macho, and Museo Sans Display https://blog.typekit.com/2016/03/23/new-fonts-anisette-and-retiro-macho-and-museo-sans-display/

This week on Typekit: more new fonts! This round is brought to you by a few of our long-time partners: Typofonderie, Dada Studio, and exljbris. Without further ado: Anisette (top & “Menu”) and Retiro (lower) from...

New and updated fonts from exljbris https://blog.typekit.com/2011/01/20/new-and-updated-fonts-from-exljbris/

Jos Buivenga’s popular and versatile Museo superfamily (Museo, Museo Sans, and Museo Slab) has received several updates worth noting. First, all weights of Museo now include italic styles. This means that all three Museo families now...

exljbris and Typefolio join Typekit https://blog.typekit.com/2010/01/28/exljbris-and-typefolio-join-typekit/

In response to many requests, we’re happy to announce that Jos Buivenga’s foundry exljbris Font Foundry is joining Typekit, including the very popular Museo, Museo Sans, and Museo Slab . Based in Arnhem, Jos makes his fonts free for all...

Photoshelter partners with Typekit https://blog.typekit.com/2010/10/28/photoshelter-partners-with-typekit/

Today, Photoshelter—a service that enables photographers to show and sell their work—announced that they have integrated Typekit into their themes. Photographers using Photoshelter can now create portfolios using Typekit...

Featured site: TODAY.com https://blog.typekit.com/2011/03/07/featured-site-today-com/

TODAY.com relaunched over the weekend with a lively new design sporting Museo Sans via Typekit. Museo Sans’ friendly, open shape (and the complementary sunny palette) make for an accessible, inviting design. Check it out for yourself!

Featured site: Martha Stewart https://blog.typekit.com/2010/11/22/featured-site-martha-stewart/

One way in which Typekit is making the web a better place is by providing solutions that are more accessible than those of yore. Gone are fussy image and Flash replacement techniques; with broad support for @font-face and Typekit’s easy...

About Face: Ambroise https://blog.typekit.com/2012/03/27/about-face-ambroise/

Today’s About Face was written by Nick Cox, a front-end developer and designer from Seattle, Washington. This week’s installment shines the spotlight on Ambroise, an elegant serif titling face from Paris’s Jean-François Porchez. Porchez...

Sites We Like: Pilot & Captain and Maptote https://blog.typekit.com/2015/07/03/sites-we-like-pilot-captain-and-maptote/

We’ve got summer travel on our minds this week. Just in time for your next vacation, here are a couple sites celebrating travel stylishly, with fun collections and great typography. Pilot and Captain If you have a weakness for airport...

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