Typography is a powerful invention. It is, after all, the design mechanism that brings us the words of novelists and writers in an aesthetically pleasing fashion. But can fonts be more “sustainable” than others, wagging their greener fingers at the opulent Times New Romans of the world? Can typography hop on the eco-friendly bandwagon?
“Yes,” says Grey London, one of the collective minds behind Ryman Eco, pitched as the “world’s most beautiful sustainable font.” When printed, its ink usage is 33 percent less than “standard” fonts, the website claims, like Arial, Times New Roman, Georgia, and Verdana. …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green