That’s not what they used for the lettering on the British embassy in Berlin.
I stumbled on these Dax logos in a search for something else. They seem fairly new and not universally used. Perhaps it’s a rebrand in transition.
What a high standard that has been set by the world’s embassies!
“Europe”? Is that a typo or joke I don’t get?
In France, Deberny & Peignot possessed the rights to distribute Futura. They renamed it to Europe — according to Fernand Baudin, in order to mask its German origins.
I am particularly disappointed by the Dutch embassy’s use of Arial, although the American embassy’s faux small caps come rather close.
Contributed by Stephen Coles
Photo(s) by Stephen Coles on Flickr.
Contributed by Florian Hardwig
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