Tuesday, 27 October 2009


Because Helvetica is so widely used I decided to create one post with various designers in, all of which are pieces that I find interesting. Most if not all these designs are minimalistic, which in a way summarises Helvetica as it is a clean, clear and professional typeface which a lot of typefaces are based upon. Although these designs might not be the most recognised, I wanted to show a range of designs that have been produced in different ways using the font.

Sub88: T-shirt designs

Greig Anderson: Helvetica calendar 2008

Helvetica Wood type: Idea and photography by Kim Holtermand, Woodcarving by Ole Meyersahm

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