"Professional type designers spend years learning the history, anatomy, structure and readability of every character they design. It’s a work of passion and dedication to deliver fonts that can be used (and read) in any surface or platform."
"When graphic artists create fonts (or any other typographic work), they focus more on the visual aspect. Legibility counts, but it’s not the most important thing. What matters is the use of type on a visual concept, that can be (and often is) subversive, deconstructive, disproportional and even inconvenient."