Creating a typeface became a
spiritual experience for me.

Type is my kind of thing.

Obsessing over letterforms and micro-typography is a hobby of mine. That’s why the decision to make a typeface for my bachelor thesis came natural for me. I think every designer should make a typeface sometime, because it’s simply amazing how much you can communicate through shapes and letterforms alone.


The ultimate act of balance.

I learned a lot making this typeface. The theoretical part of the thesis focused on corporate typefaces and the geometrical origin of our letterforms. I realized why Helvetica and Futura are considered cool: They’re clean, minimalist and thus devoid of human characteristics.


Supervisor: Enrico Bravi
Roles: Type Design, Editorial Design

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