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Custom fonts


Fonts for compromised reading conditions, typographic brand extension and solutions to complex licensing environments? Our custom fonts are tailor-made for unique needs.



Client

New York Times Magazine
Project Art direction by Arem Duplessis and Gail Bichler

Notes

Commissioned to replace the magazine's trusted go-to sans Helvetica, Sunday is an expansive family of fonts for information in tiny spaces and headlines at large sizes. Exclusive to the New York Times until 2011.

Design

Eric Olson




Client

Entr’acte

Notes

Specializing in short run and limited pressings, the one man record label Entr’acte is the subtle creation of Allon Kaye. Allon has been kind enough to ask for our hand in one-off lettering and custom typefaces over the years and we’ve been more than happy to oblige.

Design

Eric Olson




Client

Thomson Reuters
Project art direction by Darren Horowitz for Interbrand

Notes

When news service Reuters and publisher Thomson merged in 2008 we were tasked with addressing the emerging non-latin needs of the new company. A family of six weights optimized for print and screen publishing with support for Greek, Cyrillic and Extended Laitn is the result. Fonts are exclusive to client.

Design

Latin Design by Eric Olson, Greek and Cyrllic consultancy by Gerry Leonidas, Greek design by Irene Vlachou and Cyrillic design by Thomas Grace.




Client

Walker Art Center

Notes

Named Walker Expanded to commemorate the expansion of the Walker’s new building, we organized and coded a collection of patterns and words created by the museum design staff into a family of layered fonts.

Art Direction & Design

Andrew Blauvelt, Chad Kloepfer and Emmet Byrne

Fonts used by museum shown in image

Walker by Matthew Carter and Avenir by Adrian Frutiger.




Client

Chevrolet
Project art direction by Aaron Carámbula for Futurebrand

Notes

During the re-design of Chevrolet in the summer of 2006 art director Aaron Carámbula approached us with a simple wish: what if Klavika were condensed? Something narrow enough to handle massive headlines but legible enough for the 4pt. fine print favored by automakers? Ok, maybe not a simple wish, but a worthy challenge to be sure. Following its exclusivity period, Klavika Condensed was adjusted and released to the public in the fall of 2008.

Design

Eric Olson