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Some Insights on iKern

Igino Marini often talks about iKern with letter-fitting service customers. It’s easy, he says, because words are accompanied by facts: the fonts. And facts are worth more than words. These discussions, however, take place in a well-defined context. The client accepts a different way of working and is more interested in the results than in… Continue reading Some Insights on iKern

New Transport

Updating, expanding and refining the UK Transport alphabet dating back to 1957, by Henrik Kubel. From the 2013 ATypI conference in Amsterdam. I would like to talk about my collaboration with Margaret Calvert in regard to New Transport. I have since 2010 worked in close collaboration with Margaret on updating, expanding and refining this seminal… Continue reading New Transport