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Weekly: A Slab Serif With Sans Ambition

Established in 2011 as a subsidiary design studio of LatinoType, Los Andes Type is now a standalone type foundry in Concepción, Chile. Their typefaces tell stories with inspiration found in nature and travel, combined with the designers’ personal tastes and experiences. With the recent addition of new designers, Los Andes Type has developed a brand…



Studio Sans: A Fresh Sans Serif From A New Studio

Michael Chereda began an exploration into typography in 2012, in large part to develop the specific design elements he found lacking in the designs that were already available on the market. “I always wanted to improve something, change it, make it for myself,” Michael told us. At the time, he was not yet skilled in…


A Monospaced Version of Odudo: Odudo Mono

Following his studies at MediaCollege in Amsterdam, Thom Niessink became a graphic designer with an inclination toward simplicity. Even his studio name, “thmbnl. graphic design” takes a minimalistic approach, stating that “It’s actually ‘thumbnail’, but I prefer to keep stuff simple.” His work in the graphic design industry eventually led him to explore type design…




A Slab Serif With Enticing Curves: Muriza

Run by Nils Thomsen in Hamburg, and Jakob Runge in Munich, TypeMates is a no-nonsense type foundry that offers a collection of multifarious typefaces and also works directly with clientele to tailor custom type designs. “We don’t believe that typefaces are neutral or purely functional systems for reading, rather that they are a visual language…



The Future Is Here And Now: Plau Launches Odisseia

Based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Plau is a creative studio with a strong focus on brand and type identity. Founded by graphic designer Rodrigo Saiani, Plau works primarily with small to midsize business and start-up clients, combining artistry, inspiration, and technical skill to sculpt their clients’ individual brands. Understanding the important role typography plays…

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