Fontstand: Rent a Typeface

Fontstand interface, via Slate.com

Fontstand interface, via Slate.com

 

Fontstand, the brainchild of Peter Biľak (editor of Works That Work magazine), Andrej Krátky, and Ondrej Jób, is a new service aiming to be the iTunes for fonts.

Type as Language co-founder Steve Heller interviewed Biľak for Print, where the designer explains some of the thinking behind the service. You can read more about it here on Slate.

Typeface designers, what do you say?

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