…and not so FAQ.
What’s a molophon?
Simple answer: I made it up. Extended answer: Molophon is a take on the word “colophon.” The colophon is an inscription at the end of a book that gives readers information about the printing of the book, e.g. the publisher, layout team, fonts used, etc. It gives credit to those responsible for creating the physical book. (The author, after all, gets his/her credit smack dab on the cover.) The colophon can also be an emblem, or mark of the printer. This space is my mark, my creation; my molophon.