Almost Figgins Sans?

lindenhayn's picture

From a great Berlin exhibition that revolves around the Whole Earth Catalog and its impact. It looks a lot like Nick Shinn's Figgins Sans to me, but it's different in some (obvious) details: ascender-to-cap ratio, the t, the, r, the f... Maybe custom modifications?

lindenhayn's picture

PS: for »Figgins Sans« in the above post, we may also substitue Klim's Founders Grotesk: close, but not quite...

hashiama's picture

Thanks for posting this.
I quite like the way the tail in the /a/ gets cut off in the first picture.

Odd the way the tail on the /t/ sharpens as it comes out, much like the a here by Maquette & Mise en Page.

hashiama's picture

Ah, after some fact finding, it's Grot 10 by A2-Type

lindenhayn's picture

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wonderful! Never heard of Grot 10 before, thanks a lot!

> Ah, after some fact finding, it's Grot 10 by A2-Type

apparently, with a custom, more unobstrusive ß.

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