Bloomberg Businessweek Election Issue
| 12 OCTOBER 2012
Cover by Justin Metz.
Bloomberg Businessweek put out a special issue on the US presidential election this week, once again completely upending their standard format to tell a story in depth. For this graphics-intensive issue, we created a monospaced version of Neue Haas Grotesk (not planned for future release), for use in typesetting the issue's data. A set of alternates gives the face the ability to feel more like computer output or like typewritten information, as needed.
One set of character shapes looks more like computer output.
Another set looks more like a typewritten manuscript.
| 15 NOVEMBER 2013
This year, Bloomberg Businessweek’s year-end double issue is focused on the year ahead, but it also includes a number of very dense spreads of hard data from various industries, showing a snapshot of the current state of many companies. In order to pack as much information as possible into the limited space available, creative director Richard Turley commissioned an Agate version of Neue Haas G...
| 19 NOVEMBER 2012
Christian Schwartz created a monospaced version of Publico Text for Bloomberg Businessweek. Originally drawn (but not used) for the election special issue, it found its way into the November 19-25 2012 issue, in an article about the shady world of compounding pharmacies.
| 23 APRIL 2010
BusinessWeek relaunched as Bloomberg Businessweek with their latest issue. New creative director Richard Turley asked us to revisit our painstakingly faithful digital revival of Max Miedinger's original Neue Haas Grotesk, which had been commissioned but not ultimately used by The Guardian in 2004.