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étapes magazine, issue 219

Contributed by TypeTogether on Nov 6th, 2014. Artwork published in .
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    The month before the 2014 World Cup held in Brazil, French magazine étapes published a special issue devoted to Latin American graphic and type design.

    Abril Text and Abril Display, accompanied by a sans serif, were used to set the texts and headlines throughout this special issue, creating a warm texture on the coated paper. The display weights also give a touch of elegance to this one-off publication.

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    • Abril Display
    • Abril Text
    • Maax

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    4 Comments on “étapes magazine, issue 219”

    1. Nov 9th, 2014  2:43 pm

      Wait, is that Brandon Grotesque?

    2. Nov 9th, 2014  9:16 pm

      No, cf. ‘M’, among other things. Also note that the sans-serif in the fifth image is a different one.

    3. Jakob Runge says:
      Dec 5th, 2014  9:33 am

      the Grotesk: it is Maax from Damien Gautier.

    4. Dec 5th, 2014  9:45 am

      Right you are! Thanks, Jakob. Maax is quite a chameleon. With its various stylistic sets, it can take on a number of different appearances. “Amérique Latine” in image 5 appears to be set in Set 1, while the dates in image 4 show the forms of Set 2.

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