Toshi Omagari restores a set of five iconic typefaces by Berthold Wolpe – a man who was quietly instrumental in shaping European visual culture.
The Monotype Library Subscription allows design institutions to easily incorporate premium fonts as part of their programs by providing students with access to more than 2,200 font families. Students can experiment and create with Monotype's growing collection of typefaces and share font lists with classmates and instructors for collaboration on projects.
With access to over 2,200 complete font families all in one location, finding the perfect font for every project has never been easier.
Start experimenting with new fonts instantly. Sync fonts to multiple machines with an easy and convenient one-click install process.
Practice creating content for online and offline experiences. The Monotype Library Subscription enables designs to seamlessly transition between print and web.
Easily collaborate on group projects by creating custom font lists. Tag and group fonts to create a list that can be shared between teachers and students.
Tap into the font collection from anywhere. Students can work in the lab, their dorms or take their designs to parks and coffee shops.
Focus on the curriculum, not font licenses. One licensing agreement covers all Monotype Library Subscription fonts — allowing use in both print and web designs.
“As a graphic design major I am constantly looking for approved fonts from the school to use that would normally cost thousands of dollars to buy. But with my subscription I get access to so many typefaces to use on projects and it doesn't hurt my pockets. This idea is one of the best I've seen on a legitimate type foundry website.”