Design Origin: France: Designs in France Today: 1Launching the brand new series Scene from Victionary comes French in Origin, which examines the cr me de la cr me of graphic art and visual communication produced in France. From corporate and event identities, to packaging, editorial, installation an..
I Love Helvetica Celebrated in recent years in a retrospective exhibition at NY MOMA and in Gary Hustwit’s 2007 documentary Helvetica, the sans-serif typeface Helvetica was designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffman at the Haas Type Foundry in Switzerland.Arguably the most loved type ..
I Love Type 04: DinFeaturing fluent curves and strokes without serifs, DIN, released by Frankfurt’s D Stempel AG foundry in 1923, is minimal in appearance, bold, striking, and highly legible. The design was based on a 1905 typeface for the Royal Prussian Railway Administration and was originally use..
I Love Type 05: Gill SansGill Sans, a sans-serif typeface widely used today, was designed by Eric Gill in 1926 the first public usage of the typeface was that same year, when Gill used it on signage for a new bookshop opening in his hometown of Bristol.Gill Sans gained popularity in 1929 when it was..
I Love Type 06: Franklin GothicThe sans-serif typeface Franklin Gothic was designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1902 and continues to be widely used in newspapers, books, billboards, and advertisements. Named in honor of iconic American printer Benjamin Franklin, the impactful, bold typeface has been..