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This is a gradient type design I recently "finished". I have used this type without the shadows in several projects but this was the initial idea. The idea stems from blackletter decorations I saw in an old bible.
Comments are very welcome!
Full projectlink: https://www.behance.net/gallery/22219973/Shadow-Font
Looking for someone to please ID this font, sans serif, not hugely different from Futura/Avenir but I love the lower case a and g.
Any help much appreciated.
A logo I designed in a classroom project. Using the integration of 's' and 't'.
I'm doing a project for the university wich consists in making a book about "Adrian Frutiger" and how he focusses on type legibility over any thing. So, I explain in it how he looked at the typography, how It must be done and why some ones are more readables than other ones (as for example, why Avenir is better for reading than Futura, as its like a re-design of it).
So, the problem is that I'm getting stucked getting HQ photos of Frutiger types to put in the book, as Internet has not a lot of images from he / his types. Also I need them in HQ cause I'm making a 20x20 book, so the resolution have to be bigger and also have a good ppp, not 72 from screen wich is not enough...