Laura Meseguer is a Barcalonese type designer, known for her custom lettering and joyful typefaces. She started to play with letters at a very early age in her father’s letterpress-company. In the early 90’s she moved on towards playing with digital letters and started her own foundry called Type-Ø-Tones. She definitely became a type designer after studying at the post-graduate Type]Media course in the Hague. We talk about her typo-mags series and how this project came together. And she shares her views on how type design is evolving in an age where everyone with a computer has the tools to create a typeface. Recorded at Facing Pages 2012, Arnhem, The Netherlands.