News from 2020

CUSTOM TYPEFACES, CORPORATE DESIGN | 17 DECEMBER 2020

Means, a new serif typeface for Mailchimp

Means is a versatile serif family drawn for Mailchimp, used as the primary typeface in the latest iteration of their identity. Referencing the work of Oswald Cooper, designer Greg Gazdowicz toned down many of the retro elements while retaining the friendliness that is elemental to the Mailchimp brand. Used across display and text, from mobile to billboards, Means presents Mailchimp, grown up.
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RELEASES | 17 NOVEMBER 2020

New release: Review by Berton Hasebe

Berton Hasebe originally drew Review for T: The New York Times Style Magazine, where it debuted in February 2018. Now expanded and available for licensing, Hasebe’s blunt family evokes the plucky, DIY era of phototype and Letraset, minus any nostalgia or grunge. Set tight, Review creates a striking text image while remaining readable.  
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RELEASES | 29 SEPTEMBER 2020

New release: Graphik International with Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, and Thai

First released in 2009, Graphik is now more accessible and cosmopolitan, with freshly drawn families for the Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, and Thai scripts. The new designs translate the spirit, rather than the letter, of Christian Schwartz’s original “vanilla” sans serif.
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RELEASES | 8 SEPTEMBER 2020

New release: Action Text by Erik van Blokland

Type made for screens needn’t lack personality. Action Text continues the reflections Dutch superstar Erik van Blokland embarked on with Action Condensed. Geared toward interfaces and continuous text onscreen, Action Text comes in a variable version with weight and grade axes, as well as a “flat” version in four weights accompanied by matching italics, with a Bright and Dark grade for each weight.
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EVENTS | 24 MARCH 2020

2020 North American Classics Tour postponed

Unfortunately due to ongoing situation we have cancelled all dates. We will reschedule the tour for Fall 2020. 
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24 March–14 April 2020

March

25 Wednesday San Francisco 

30 Monday Vancouver

31 Tuesday Portland 

April

1 Wednesday Los Angeles

6 Monday Salt Lake City

7 Tuesday St Louis

8 Wednesday Minneapolis

9 Thursday Chicago

10 Friday Cranbrook

13 Monday Richmond

14 Tuesday Nashville

16 Thursday Denver