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ubiquitous typography Baskerville • Helvetica Neu • pompadour numerals

Hotel Fantastique brochure Baskerville • Helvetica Neu • pompadour numerals

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SNAP! PROJECT Baskerville • Helvetica Neu • pompadour numerals

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ubiquitous typography Baskerville • Helvetica Neu • pompadour numerals

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ubiquitous typography Baskerville • Helvetica Neu • pompadour numerals

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ubiquitous typography Baskerville • Helvetica Neu • pompadour numerals


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brochure design

brochure design

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the project

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character study

Q is the second-leastcommon letter in the English Language, with a frequency of just 0.09% in words. It is more frequent than Z, however.

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Clarendon is an English slab-serif typeface that was created in England by Robert Besley for Thorowgood and Co. (or Thorowgood and Besley.), a type company formerly known as the Fann Street Foundry until approximately 1838.[1] The typeface was published in 1845 after Besley, an employee of the foundry since 1826, was made a partner in the firm.[2] Due to its popularity, Besley registered the typeface under Britain’s Ornamental Designs Act of 1842. The patent expired three years later, and other foundries were quick to copy it.[3] Clarendon is considered the first registered typeface, with the original matrices and punches remaining at Stephenson Blake and later residing at the Type Museum, London. They were marketed by Stephenson Blake as Consort, though some additional weights (a bold and italics) were cut in the 1950s. It was named after the Clarendon Press in Oxford.

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didot Didot is a name given to a group of typefaces named after the famous French printing and type producing family. The classification is known as modern, or Didone. The typeface we know today was based on a collection of related types developed in the period 1784–1811. Firmin Didot (1764–1836) cut the letters, and cast them as type in Paris. His brother, Pierre Didot (1760–1853) used the types in printing. His edition of La Henriade by Voltaire in 1818 is considered his masterwork. The typeface takes inspiration from John Baskerville’s experimentation with increasing stroke contrast and a more condensed armature. The Didot family’s development of a high contrast typeface with an increased stress is contemporary to similar faces developed by Giambattista Bodoni in Italy. Didot is described as neoclassical, and is evocative of the Age of Enlightenment.


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poster design

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