Trio Grotesk is Florian Schick’s personal interpretation of Kaart Antieke – an early 20th century sans serif used by Piet Zwart in his famous, yet never officially published essay about modern typography called “Van oude tot nieuwe typografie”.
A complete overall to an already great app makes it even better and easier to use.
“BORN IN DENMARK 1978. I WRITE AND DIRECT TELEVISION SHOWS FOR KIDS. I HAVE A SET OF TWINS AND NOT MUCH TIME FOR ANYTHING. BUT WHEN I HAVE TIME I DRAW MONSTERDRAWINGS ON POST-IT NOTES… IT IS A LITTLE WINDOW INTO A DIFFERENT WORLD, MADE ON OFFICE SUPPLIES.”
Incredible illustrations by Creaturebox, an Illustrator from Cary, NC, USA. Sharp vectors subtly blended with textures to give it an industrial look and feel
The legendary sans serif design developed by Edward Johnston for the London Underground system in 1916 is available for the first time as a commercial font in an exclusive arrangement with the London Transport Museum.
Mcbess, born July 5, 1984, is a French illustrator living in London. His style is a mix of influences such as Fleischer Studios’ old cartoons he actualizes by using contemporary shapes, symbols, and types.
Illustrations by Alice Wellinger. Abstract, fun and down right brilliant
A brilliant abstract font by YouWorkForThem.