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Communication Arts Award for FF Franziska

We are delighted to announce that one of our newest FontFonts, FF Franziska by Jakob Runge, has been included in the prestigious Communication Arts 2015 Typography Annual.

FF Franziska specimen

The latest annual is the fifth edition and 140 winners were picked from over 1,800 entries. This year’s judges included John Clark, Juan Carlos Pagan and Laura Worthington.

Jakob Runge’s typeface FF Franziska started life as his Master’s thesis at Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel, Germany.  A hybrid of a serif and slab serif, it is discreet, functional and modern yet has a real playful personality and is great for body text. Read the full story behind FF Franziska on FFFranziska.com.

fffranziska.com

Previous FontFont winners of the Communication Arts Typographic Annual include:

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Communication Arts Award for FF Dora

Seven days into 2014 and we’ve already received an award! 

We are excited to announce that FF Dora by Slávka Pauliková is listed as one of the best Typeface Designs of 2014 in the Communication Arts Typographic Annual 2014 

Showcasing the best in typography, the Communication Arts Typography Annual is judged by three typography experts:  Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich, Sibylle Hagmann and Erik Marinovich. 

Dora CA Award Showings

Originally drawn as a graduation project, FF Dora was designed by editorial and book designer Slávka Pauliková. It is a strong-willed type family consisting of five styles: Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic and Display. Based on a detailed study of todays handwriting styles it focuses on transforming handwritten shapes into a serif text typeface.

As a major competition with around 1800 entrants, inclusion is one of the most-coveted awards in the typographic industry. Receiving recognition for one of our fonts in the 2014 Annual is a great way to start the year!

Previous FontFont winners of the Communication Arts Typographic Annual include:

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