Horizontal and vertical scaling
Pseudo small caps
The Hyphen (-) is the shortest of the three lines and should not be referred to as a dash. It’s purpose is to connect broken words at the end of a sentence or roots and affixes such as co-worker.
En dash (–) is the width of the letter n. The purpose of the en dash is to show length or represent the word “to”. An example can be (June 2nd–10th)
Em dash (—) is the width of the letter m. This dash is used to show a thought in a sentence. An example of this could be (If I was there—and thank god i’m not). All of these can be and are commonly confused in type and are actually pretty important.
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Typotheque is a design studio from the Netherlands, they develop and market typefaces for Mac and Windows platforms. They are the first commercial type foundry to licence its entire type library for use on the web. Typotheque specializes in creating Latin and non-Latin fonts such as Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Armenian and Devanagari scripts. Lumin is a large type family that is for editorial use. These are some examples:
Along with font creation and font purchasing, they also have a clothing line.
In addition to their clothing line, they have a good amount of studio work as well. It can be viewed on their studio work page here: https://www.typotheque.com/studio