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Galerie C 2012–2013

Contributed by Swiss Typefaces on Jul 13th, 2017. Artwork published in
circa 2012
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    Source: http://www.onlab.ch onlab. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Galerie C, Neuchâtel (CH)
    Format: F4 (89.5 × 128 cm)

    Information for all six exhibitions of Galerie C’s 2012–2013 season is set on the same poster, working as a season’s program. Information of past or future exhibitions is overprinted with white ink and hidden for specific focus on one show. — onlab

    Simplon Mono is part of the Simplon collection, available from Swiss Typefaces.

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    Source: http://www.onlab.ch onlab. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    1 Comment on “Galerie C 2012–2013”

    1. Jul 13th, 2017  8:19 pm

      Funny, the logo of Galerie C (also designed by onlab) with the “impossible” letter ‘C’ uses basically the same idea as the logo for Crazysane Records as featured in the post about the Yagow LP earlier this week. Several fonts exploring a similar aesthetic were released in recent years, including Macula, Utopia 14, or Core Escher. Both logos appear to be custom drawn, though.

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