Posts Tagged with “san-serif”

T-Star Typeface


Every now and again a con­densed type­face comes around that sim­ply knocks my socks off. T-Star by designer Michael Mis­chler is one of them. Orig­i­nally designed for the book Los Logos, T-Star is a con­densed sans-serif that fea­tures 9 weights and some inter­est­ing details like the Q. I love how sim­ple and light the face feels overall.

You can check out the spec­i­men here.    

Chocolat Factory Identity System


Here’s an great exam­ple of a well designed graphic iden­tity that doesn’t over do it and sup­ports the con­tent. Designed by Ruiz+Company for Span­ish choco­late com­pany Choco­lat Fac­tory, the iden­tity fea­tures a clean sans-serif (which looks like DIN) and a won­der­ful color palette. Reminds me of the gor­geous iden­tity sys­tem for Brook­lyn Fare.    

Hiruko Typeface


Alex of Thinkdust informed me about an ele­gant new type­face fam­ily that he designed called Hiruko. It comes in a vari­ety of styles includ­ing Reg­u­lar, Alter­na­tive, Light, Oblique, and soon Heavy, Medium, and Out­line. You can pur­chase the fonts at the site.