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As part of the release of Yanone’s FF Antithesis and its movie premiere at this year’s TYPO Berlin 2014, we created a limited edition Antithesis tote bag. Using Pantone 811 the 100% cotton bag features a design based on the design principles by Yanone himself.
The bag will only be available at TYPO Berlin 2014 so be sure to keep an eye out for one.
In celebration of the incredible extension of FF Good we created a A1 sized colour scale poster using four Pantone colours (Pantone Violet, Pantone Green, Pantone Orange 021 and Pantone 806) displaying all 96 styles.
Copies of the fantastic poster will be available at TYPO Berlin this coming May.
About FF Good
FF Good is a straight-sided sans serif in the American Gothic tradition, designed by Warsaw-based Łukasz Dziedzic. Despite having something of an “old-fashioned” heritage, FF Good feels new. Many customers agree: the sturdy, legible forms of FF Good have been put to good use in the Polish-language tech magazine ‘Komputer Swiat’, the German and Russian edition of British celebrity tabloid OK!, and AP’s (Associated Press) new corporate design.
The second of our posts on the FF Quixo notebook provides an insight into its design, specifications and printing via hand drawn sketches and images taken throughout the production process.
- Notebook: 13 × 21cm, 64 pages Papyrus Recyconomic Pale Pink 80g/m², cover is printed in two Pantone colors (Pantone 184 & Pantone Violet) + Black.
- Dust jacket: 52 × 84cm, Igepa Opakal 50g/m², 4 Pantone colors (Pantone 184, Pantone 705, Pantone Violet, Pantone Yellow) + Black.
- Printed at Gallery Print in Berlin.
- Available at the TYPO San Francisco and TYPO Berlin.
Initial illustrations of creating a specimen poster that doubles up as a dust jacket.
Thoughts on different ways of folding the dust jacket around the notebook.
Calculations for potential sizing of the specimen poster.
Color adjustments at the printers.
Fine-tuning the color and pressure values.
Talented craftsmen from Gallery Print in Berlin.
Checking the colors.
Eagle eyes — Céline and Natalie check the proof
Céline holding the first proof.permalink
Our feet have just about touched the ground since the wonderful whirlwind that was TYPO Berlin 2013 last week. So, we thought we’d share some snippets and snapshots.
Taking place over three days and reaching it's eighteenth year running, this year’s TYPO Berlin was one of the biggest yet with design superstars such as Jessica Walsh, Neville Brody, Albert-Jan Pool and Ken Garland.
This year’s conference also played host to the first ever Type Review that took place on Friday 17 May. Members of our official TypeBoard, Erik Spiekermann, Stephen Coles, Erik van Blokland, Andreas Frohloff, Jürgen Siebert and Ivo Gabrowitsch were let loose on stage to critique, commend and appraise typefaces in public.
We were also delighted to meet up with a number of our FontFont designers who were at TYPO Berlin.
The quality of the speakers was fantastic and highlights included Simon Manchipp and Neville Brody. There was a number of workshops to take part in, including Erik Spiekermann’s print workshop and the Calligraphy and Lettering Workshop by our Head of Type, Andreas Frohloff.