For Canadian company Tim Hortons we created a custom typeface, based upon our Quintus font. They wanted us to give the font a greasy, brushy feel, thus mimicking the writing of a wax pen on glass coffee pots. The original typeface was expanded with alternate characters, drop caps and several symbols.
We were asked to create a handwritten script font exclusively for Covergirl. Initially being a bit hasitant to do such a job, we thought it might be fun to try and create a hybrid and so the result contains characters by both Geert and Jeroen.
We were asked by TJX Europe to develop a typeface that could be used in their European wide promotional campaigns.
One could call the result a smooth nephew of the Manus
font and it comes in both a regular and a bold version.
We were contacted by the Avon cosmetics design department and were asked to modify a couple of coalhandLuke font characters. Next to that they wanted us to add Cyrillic and Greek glyph sets and so we did. The result can be seen around the world in their new campaign.
The upgraded font was made into a PRO version
and can be found in the commercial fonts section on this website.
Please contact us
for a commercial license.
We were asked to turn a sample of the founder of the Citroën car company’s handwriting, André Citroën, into a workable font that was used in a campaign a couple of years ago.