Type foundries worth a look

It’s always useful to have a collection of type foundries to call upon. Here are a few worth a look.
wood type numbers

An independent type foundry in San Francisco by Christian Robertson.

On Twitter @bttp
Bold Monday

From the Netherlands, founded in 2008 by Paul van der Laan and Pieter van Rosmalen.

On Twitter @boldmonday

An independent type foundry set up by Brighton based design studio, The Entente.

On Twitter @colophonfoundry

Owned and operated by Peter Bruhn in Malmö, Sweden.

On Twitter @FountainType
Hoefler & Frere-Jones

Publishes fonts exclusively through its New York sales office and website.

On Twitter @H_FJ
Okay Type

Jackson Cavanaugh’s one-person foundry in Chicago.

On Twitter @okaytype

Managed by three partners since 2003: Fred Smeijers, Corina Cotorobai & Rudy Geeraerts.

On Twitter @OurTypeTweets

Creates computer typefaces inspired by art, history, and sometimes science.

On Twitter @P22TypeFoundry
Porchez Typofonderie

Founded in 1994, Porchez Typofonderie is an independent digital type foundry in France.

On Twitter @typofonderie
Process Type Foundry

The Minnesota-based trio of Eric Olson, Nicole Dotin, and Alice Savoie.

On Twitter @processtype

Created in 2006 by type designers Veronika Burian and José Scaglione.

On Twitter @TypeTogether

Run by Peter and Johanna Biľak, collaborating closely with Nikola Djurek.

On Twitter @typotheque

The union of eleven young type foundries from around the world.

On Twitter @vllg
Can you recommend any others?

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