Archive for August, 2010
Durban, South Africa’s busiest port city, constructed the magnificent Moses Mabhida Stadium which allowed them to be a host stadium for the 2010 FIFA World Cup games. Büro für Gestaltung designed the wayfinding and identity and covered the stadium from the seats to the murals with our Klavika. When the games were over, Jonathan Jackson of WeShouldDoItAll was kind enough to send along images of the stadium with a particular emphasis on the use of Klavika. This booklet was created to showcase his photographs, the stadium and our typeface.
Anchor is our new four-weight family of round display gothics designed for maneuvering in especially cramped quarters. With weights ranging from Medium to Black, Anchor promises plump over-indulgence in the heavy weights and relatively sober display capabilities in the lighter weights. Of note are Anchor’s inflated arrows that can be seen throughout the specimens on this site. Available exclusively at the Process Type Foundry.
See the Anchor typeface family and learn all the details about our latest release.
As of today, the Process Type Foundry has pledged to donate 1% of its annual revenue to nonprofit environmental organizations. When you make a purchase on our website, 1% of every dollar spent goes towards creating a sustainable future.
From pledge to reality
We’ve become members of 1% for the Planet, an organization whose mission is to build an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthier planet. Their role is critical because they monitor each end of the giving process: its members and the receiving nonprofits. 1% for the Planet audits members to ensure they’re living up to their financial commitment but also provides them with approved nonprofits who are chosen based on referrals, track record and environmental focus.
About 1% for the Planet
Started in 2002 by Yvon Chouinard, founder and CEO of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, owner of Blue Ribbon Flies, 1% for the Planet is a growing global movement of over 1,200 member companies in 38 countries that donate 1% of their sales to environmental organizations worldwide. Each day, more than one new business joins the 1% for the Planet movement. As a network, the 1% community has become a global frontrunner in funding the work of environmental groups around the world. Learn more about 1% for the Planet by visiting onepercentfortheplanet.org.