The development of Josh Finklea’s Post Grotesk began in the Spring of 2011 as a project to design a contemporary version of the traditional grotesk sans-serif. The intention was to build an amiable typeface with maximum usability and an overall sense of neutrality. Post Grotesk reduces the typical rigidness of a grotesk through subtle additions of personality and uniqueness.
Large is Carbonnet Leo, Arthur Bonifay, Geoffrey and Emmanuel Pellet Besse, four graphic designers/type designers based in Paris and Brussels. Together, they promote a spontaneous approach projects entrusted to them.
Type and Media is an intensive one-year masters course in type design held at The Royal Academy of Art in Den Haag, The Netherlands. The course teaches a wide range of skills in the area of type design such as calligraphy, stone carving, non-latin scripts, typeface revivals, Python programming, modern font editing software as well as the creation of new letters. This website is an archive of the final project typefaces created in the last four months of the 2011/2012 course.
Really loving the experimental type and illustration from Anton Pearson, a recent grad from Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Thanks for the email.