Submitted by Anonymous on 13 December 2001 - 11:11pm Hi all, Anyone know who designed the lovely sans serif used in Details magazine? I believe it’s called September. (The serif face is Jeremy Tankard’s Enigma, for those scoring at home.) Marc Comments Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on 24 March 2002 - 1:09pm I’ve not seen the face you’re referring to, but Rian Hughes (www.devicefonts.co.uk) did a face called September recently. Permalink Submitted by Stephen Coles on 25 March 2002 - 12:11am I’m not familiar with Details either. But here’s a sample of Device’s September: http://www.fontworks1.type.co.uk/cgi-bin/fontworks2/x012817001?8DNnzJ5A Stephen Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on 25 March 2002 - 12:54pm Dunno about September, but I know they have used Phil Baines’s sans Toulouse for a long time. I think they are still using it. Don’t think it is commercially available. Permalink Submitted by ole s on 25 March 2002 - 6:40pm Details fonts are designed by http://www.hubertjocham.de/ Permalink Submitted by brian jaramillo on 25 March 2002 - 6:59pm Ole, what a great link. Sweet stuﬀ to brighten any Monday. While on the subject of magazines, see the use of the Alias face Metsys all over the latest Rolling Stone. (Shakira issue) RS designers refrained from using any lower case so we don’t get to see the Metsys lc ‘t’. see fontworks UK site. bj Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on 26 March 2002 - 9:34pm Thanks, Ole, for solving the mystery. And what a beautiful site Mr. Jocham has created! Permalink Submitted by ole s on 1 April 2002 - 3:08pm I have reworked the Metsys face for various projects I have done over the past couple of years. I will upload a few samples when I get a little more time.