True to Swiss Typefaces's cross-disciplinary roots, our publications showcase our fonts, not in classic type specimens, but in true graphic design and textual essays. Guest visual artists, designers and illustrators bring our fonts to life in realistic design contexts, making each project a beautiful multi-dimensional adventure.
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From essays about type design, to technical inputs, news or press – Everything that is needed to understand the foundations of Swiss Typefaces will progressively bloom in this section of the website, to later begin the encyclopedia of our vision.
Under Pentagram’s artistic guidance, our team has adapted and modified several letters and punctuation signs from Euclid Circular B to create a distinctive family for Virgin Galactic.
We recently commissioned photographer and 3D-artist Gaël Corboz to create customs undiscovered fantasy worlds. We are pleased to introduce his work.
Raskal is a visual statement. There’s no denying that it looks direct. The design digitally translates and transforms handwriting and hand lettering’s most exciting elements, all inside one font.
Back in 2019, Swiss Typefaces was commissioned to produce a custom font for Android based on Euclid Circular A.
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Notre contribution au 25e numéro de La Revue de la BNU (Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg). Notre article retrace l’histoire de Swiss Typefaces, explique notre lien étroit avec Sang Bleu ainsi que notre position dans l’industrie.
In 2020, Everpress (the garment printing platform) launched a yearly ‘Type in Focus’ capsule collection, celebrating type design and the craft of letterforms. In 2021, they asked us to design one of the shirts from the ‘Outside the Lines’ collection.
Discover the life of KRSNA, one of our first LAB fonts ever: from its first apparition on the record cover of Geneva-based musician Grace Core released in December 2015.
Back in the early 2000’s, piracy on digital products - mostly music and movies with the arrival of the MP3 format and P2P technology, but also fonts - was a question of survival for these industries. New distribution models had to be found. For small and emerging companies like Swiss Typefaces, there was no choice but to address this question in order to meet our potential audience.
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