YouWorkForThem cannot stress enough how psyched we are to have P22 onboard. These are old-school font masters who have been ruling artist-inspired digital fonts for almost 20 years, and they handle some of the world’s most renowned titles. Based on the sheer numbers these guys handle, you might think they’re some kind of massive superconglomcorp,…
Our friends over at Need Supply Co have been making great use of Press Gothic recently, the excellent and affordable ($19.95) sans-serif from Canada Type. The images above show that even though this font has a conservative, bold and authoritative presence, it can also be used in more gentile genres like fashion.
Mr Josh Boston just tipped us off to his most recent project, the Ford Fiesta San Diego Field Guide. The final project made great use of numerous YWFT fonts and handset designs, see if you can spot them all! Commissioned by Sezio & Holiday Matinee.
Stumbled across this portfolio today, which contains some interesting and well done illustration work by Gianmarco Magnani. There are also prints available for purchase on the site as well.
Frederico Antunes just wrote in to let us know he used WYLD as well for a skate magazine he designed recently. Very nice usage and you can grab the PDF to see more examples.
English design firm No Sugar just dropped us a line to let us know they used Suprb’s font Wyld (purchased at YWFT) for their recent Art Direction of XYZ Magazine. Great job, and keep up the great work!
Some very interesting type compositions/designs going on over at Neue Magazine. The recent project is about Barcelona, which also features a design by our very own Jackkrit Anantakul and his handset design Gavin.
The French graphic designers MM/Paris have just published this release about a beautiful hand-set ,alphabet design they designed for the luxury fashion brand Prada. You can find more details at the MM/Paris website and also in this PDF they released.
Really nice animation and work by Grzegorz Jonkajtys on this short. “An unknown virus has destroyed almost the entire human population. Oblivious to the true nature of the disease, the only remaining survivors escape to the sea. In great ships, they set off in search of uninhabited land. So begins the exodus, led by one man…”
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