Eckmannpsych & Cheee

James Edmonson’s Eckmannpsych[1] and Cheee[2] may look different, but they share a similar spirit. Eckmannpsych is a revival of Otto Eckmann’s eponymous Eckmann-Schrift[3], originally released in 1900 at Rudhard’sche Gießerei…
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Découpe

I have to admit, I have a huge soft spot for typefaces that have paper cut-out vibes and Découpe[1] is no exception. With its straights and selective curves, it curiously…
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CoFo Chimera

Professional experience helps us to be more efficient in our workflow and to take fewer risks when launching a product. We take a path we know is the safest strategy…
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Faune

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, a typeface comes along that turns your expectations upside down. With Faune[1], commissioned by the Centre National des Art Plastiques, Alice Savoie[2]…
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Karelia

Ink traps saw a resurgence in 2018, often as a subtle way for art institutions to say, “We’re creative!” To safely differentiate themselves: “We’re not your tech start-up friendly-round-sans, but…
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Ohno Blazeface

I picture five-year-old James Edmondson, sitting on the floor of his dad’s graphic design studio back in the early 1990s, poring over vintage Letraset catalogs and copies of U&lc[1] from…
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AG Choijeongho

Choi Jung-ho is part of the first generation of Korean type designers and is responsible for defining the original shapes of Buri (serif) and Minburi (sans serif) styles. Choi’s work…
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Aglet Slab

Aglet Slab[1] is part of a powerful trio of typefaces that XYZ Type launched with last year. Along with Export[2] and Cortado[3], Aglet Slab hints at what we can expect…
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