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French Culture

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Apr 23rd, 2013. Artwork published in circa 2013.
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The Cultural Services is a division of the French Embassy in the United States. [It] provides French and American artists, intellectuals, arts professionals, and the general public a platform and resources for cultural exchange. It is dedicated to creating transatlantic dialogue in the arts and education from French and American perspectives. Based in New York City, Washington D.C., and eight other cities across the US, the French Cultural Services’ principal fields of action are the arts, literature, cinema, French language programs and higher education.

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Via Paul Barnes, who comments: “The French have come round to the charms of a very English typeface, Austin.”

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What’s the big deal with using proper apostrophes?

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Those headings would look better with less line-spacing. Also, there are little type styles that really lend themselves to being used in multiple lines of small-sized underlined all-caps. Extrabold Moderns are not among those.

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