Pluto Sans – the straight companion of the Pluto Family – was designed by Hannes von Döhren in 2012. This clear Sans Serif family is based on the Pluto architecture and it still has a hint of the friendly feeling the quirky Pluto conveys. With its geometric forms and its large x-height it is perfect for long texts in small sizes and usage on screens. Both Pluto Sans and Pluto have the same range of weights and styles and can perfectly be used together.
Wide Display Fonts
Wide Display is unicase 4 weight slab-serif font with numerous alternatives and loaded with decorative elements. In Ribbon styles kerning for black ribbons released as Discretionary Ligatures. Lets do wide!
Type treatments, graphics and fonts I created along side InHouse International for Gopher Illustrated and Tóxico Cultura. The piece was to be handed out to TED fellows at TEDGlobal gathering at Edinburgh during June 2012. You can download the online (readable) version here.
Wayfinding Sans Demo Typeface
The ultimate signage typeface. A type family designed by Ralf Herrmann that sets a new standard for legibility in the context of signage and wayfinding. Wayfinding Sans is not just “yet another signage typeface”. This project is unique in many ways. Ralf Herrmann, the designer of Wayfinding Sans Pro, started this projects with extensive field studies, driving tens of thousands of miles to explore the legibilty of road signage typeface in dozens of countries around the world.
Sometimes I spend some time drawing my ideas. Long time ago I’ve started a project called “FRIDAY TYPE” and every friday I decided to create something celebrating this great day! Unfortunatelly I didn’t have time enough to continue the idea. But I had time to finish one of them at least.