What's the difference between typeface & font, anyway?
Typeface are a set of letters with the same basic design. Font describes the particular weight and sizes available within a typeface (bold size 8, italic size 12, etc...). The distinction between the two has gotten muddled with the rise of desktop publishing (think: no little blocks to set in place on a printing press anymore).
"Even type experts agree: Typeface and font can be used interchangeably at this point. But if you come across an annoying pedant who cares deeply about maintaining the distinction for the masses, just remember this: The difference between a font and a typeface is the same as that between songs and an album. The former makes up the latter. Remember that and you're good to go." --John Brownlee