SPECIMEN / 2017-10-05

Contextualized type specimen No 4

Contextualized type specimen No 4

The Poster Series «Contextualised Type Specimen No 4» from
A to F is filed under the subject «Connections» and shows content based, structural, visual and associative references to the typeface T-Star and its creation process. All the posters are set in the completely reworked and optimised version 4.0.

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SPECIMEN / 2015-05-11

Areal-BL-Specimen Signals Intelligence

Areal-BL-Specimen Signals Intelligence

Everything wikipedia tells us about ‘Signals Intelligence’ (often abbreviated as SIGINT) printed on ‘Weltformat’, helps to get a deeper understanding for the AREAL-BL font.

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SPECIMEN / 2013-03-25

T-Star type specimen

T-Star type specimen

We are very pleased to announce the recently printed publication „The Giro Type Specimen“. Within the revision and the extension from the typeface T-Star up to version 3.0 we produced this small and 60gr. light publication.
It presents the wonderful story of the first cycle race in Italy (Giro d'Italia) and provides some background information about the typeface.

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SPECIMEN / 2011-11-09

Contextualized type specimen No 2

Contextualized type specimen No 2

Die Idylle ist perfekt: This expanded typographical dialog was inspired by the Relevant typeface we designed in 2007 and revised in 2011. Two separate special invitations were extended. Manuel Burgener has created a sculptural intervention. Raum (Sabine Kronenberg & Lars Mischkulnig) laid out a narrative, relevant approach. Arranged and printed, these offhanded and facile works appear as parts of an added intellectual value.

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SPECIMEN / 2010-01-14

Contextualized type specimen No 1

Contextualized type specimen No 1

The title of this first issue 'The result is constantly influenced by the technologies' relates to technical interfaces. This applies to the photographic work 'Res' that we invited Pascal Petignat and Martin Scholz-Jakszus to create, and also to the Korpus font developed in 2009.

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