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JP74 website

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Dec 4th, 2012. Artwork published in 2012.
JP74 — Home.png
Source: http://jp74.com. License: All Rights Reserved.

The website of design agency JP74. Learn more about the typography at Webfonts.info. (Thanks to reader Robert O’ Rourke for the tip.)

JP74 — About.png
Source: http://jp74.com. License: All Rights Reserved.
JP74 — About-detail.png
Source: http://jp74.com. License: All Rights Reserved.
JP74 — D AD Judging App.png
Source: http://jp74.com. License: All Rights Reserved.

2 Comments on “JP74 website”

  1. Xi Embalsado says:
    Oct 21st, 2013  8:52 am
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    The typeface looks fresh but looks timeless as Futura.

  2. Oct 23rd, 2013  9:56 am
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    This connotation is no coincidence: The first cuts of Neuzeit Grotesk were released in 1928 – the same year as Futura. It was Stempel’s direct reaction to Bauer’s seminal geometric sans-serif. With its larger x-height, it was suited for more compact settings. Its name could be read as a reference to Futura, too: Neuzeit is German for ‘modern age’. Thanks to its hallmark ‘J’, Neuzeit has a stronger flavor than many other Futura followers.

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