Typeland is an independent type design studio based in London. We develop custom fonts for clients, work on collaborative and commissioned projects, and (will very soon) offer retail fonts licenced exclusively through our own website.
For our retail library, taking a broad-minded view of design possibilities and an intrepid approach to exploration, we create typefaces that we thoroughly enjoy crafting, as well as using. In other words, we design unapologetically to counter tedium and neutrality (whatever that may be).
For questions about our retail fonts, custom work, licensing, or to inquire about a commission, please feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Typeland is led by Vaibhav Singh, an independent typographer and typeface designer. Pursuing a wide-ranging freelance practice over the last decade, he has worked as a graphic designer, book designer, and exhibition designer in Mumbai, Delhi, Panjim, Reading, and London. He specialises in designing typefaces for Indian scripts in addition to developing original Latin typefaces. Notable clients and collaborations include Adobe, Google, Monotype, Rosetta, TypeTogether, URW Asterisk, Fontsmith, and others. For more information and specific enquiries, he can be contacted at email@example.com
Vaibhav’s design practice is intimately connected with his involvement in scholarly research, which focuses on the history of design and technology in multilingual South Asian contexts. He holds degrees in Architecture (University of Pune), Visual Communication (IDC, IIT Bombay), Typeface Design (University of Reading), English Literature (University of Oxford), and Book History (University of London). He was awarded the Felix Scholarship for his MA as well as for his PhD studies at Reading, and a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2017. For his subsequent research projects he has received fellowships and grants from the British Library, the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution Libraries, Lemelson Center, Printing Historical Society, Design History Society, and the Willison Foundation, among others. He is the publisher and editor of Contextual Alternate, a journal of communication, technology, and history.
firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to collaborate or commission a project, or if you have questions regarding our work, please get in touch.