Fonts from Hoefler&Co.

Fonts from Hoefler&Co.

Famous for designing long-lived typefaces marked by high performance and high style, Hoefler&Co creates the fonts that give voice to the world’s foremost institutions, publications, causes, and brands. With a library of 1,500 fonts designed for print, web, office, and mobile fonts, Hoefler&Co is everywhere. Their typefaces shaped the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Joe Biden; they’re on the cornerstone of One World Trade Center and on every iPhone ever made. They serve brands from Delta Air Lines to Tiffany & Co., publications from Harper’s Bazaar to The New York Times, institutions such as the Guggenheim Museum, The Public Theater, and New York University, and non-profit organizations including the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and The Peconic Land Trust.



Hoefler&Co is the first type foundry ever to be honored by the National Design Awards at the White House. Their work is the subject of an Emmy-nominated episode of the Netflix documentary series Abstract: The Art of Design. As permanent collections of both the Smithsonian Institution and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Hoefler&Co typefaces will live on forever.

Meet the team.

Creative Type Director

Sara Soskolne

Sara Soskolne is a Creative Type Director and designer. As a reformed bookworm, her deepest inspiration as a typeface designer is the experience of reading, and her abiding interest is in creating typefaces which not only serve but enrich that experience. Originally a graphic designer, Sara’s increasing fascination with type eventually drew her to study typeface design at the University of Reading in the UK, and then to practice it at Hoefler&Co.

Advanced Font Engineer

Colin Ford

Colin is an advanced font engineer based in New York. He is a graduate of the Type and Media masters program at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten (KABK) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) undergraduate program before that. Over the past decade as a type designer, he has lectured and taught workshops at the Atelier National de Recherche Typographique, the Cooper Union, MICA, and the Letterform Archive. He teaches a course in font production for the Type@Cooper Extended Program. 

Type Designer

Jordan Bell

Jordan Bell is a letterer and type designer at Monotype. He is fascinated by handwriting and its effect on modern type design as well as early American typefounding. Originally from Texas, Jordan received a BFA from Abilene Christian University and then worked as a graphic designer in Santa Fe, NM before attending the MATD program at University of Reading in the UK to further his knowledge in design history, graphic communication, and typeface design.