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.