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Bernie Sanders for President 2016

Contributed by Naomie Ross on Oct 18th, 2015. Artwork published in .
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 1
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    The logotype is a modified version of Jubilat Medium with an increased x-height, a tightened ‘rn’ pair, and a star in place of the ‘i’ dot.

    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 2
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    On the website, Jubilat is used as the headline typeface, while Freight Sans is used for supporting text.
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    On the website, Jubilat is used as the headline typeface, while Freight Sans is used for supporting text.

    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 4
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Website as of January 24, 2016.
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Website as of January 24, 2016.

    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 6
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 7
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 8
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 9
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 10
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 11
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 12
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 13
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 14
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 15
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 16
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 17
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 18
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    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 19
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    Bernie Sanders for President 2016 20
    Source: http://www.berniesanders.com License: All Rights Reserved.

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    5 Comments on “Bernie Sanders for President 2016”

    1. Ratcoon says:
      Apr 23rd, 2016  12:40 pm

      There are more than two fonts in the many pictures here. Why didn’t you include their names?

    2. Apr 23rd, 2016  3:30 pm

      Are you referring to the handwriting typeface used for “not the billionaires”? True, that’s not identified yet.

      There are several styles of Freight Sans in use. We generally list the names of typeface families, not of individual styles.

    3. Apr 24th, 2016  4:46 pm

      Yep, there are just three type families used here: Freight Sans, Jubilat, and now thanks to James Miller on Font ID I can identify the mysterious little handwriting face as HanziPen.

    4. Ratcoon says:
      Apr 24th, 2016  5:29 pm

      Freight Sans lowercase letters are so different stylistically from the uppercase, that’s where my confusion came from.

    5. Apr 25th, 2016  6:16 am

      I see. All caps is often neglected as means of adding an extra layer of typographic variation, even though it comes at no extra cost — unlike italics or a secondary typeface — in terms of licensing or page load.

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