Future Fonts co-founder Lizy Gershenzon joins Sean to talk pieces of flair, the opposite of missed connections, and The Rainbow Passage. We’re going back to high school and making font magic in an episode that’s got milk—just not in an officially licensed form.
Learn more about Lizy at @lizyjoy on Instagram or Twitter. You can find Future Fonts and their HyperText at futurefonts.xyz. You can find Lizy and Travis’ type design studio Vectro Type Foundry at vectrotype.com!
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