The Paris based office of brand consulting and design company Landor asked us to create a custom typeface for one of their clients. They really liked our CAPUT font and wanted an adaptation. The original crayon effect was changed to a smooth version with a brushy touch. The typeface has also been expanded with undercast and alternate characters. We’re looking forward to see the font in action!
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.
One could call the result a smooth nephew of the Manus font and it comes in both a regular and a bold version.