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HKS Colourmatch 26

Contributed by Clemens Hartmann on Apr 19th, 2016. Artwork published in
March 2016
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    Aloha! Colourmatch 26 is making holidays. Where? On the Hawaiian Islands of course, where else should it travel to? The colorful islands offer many activities and there is a lot to see, Relax at the beach, surf the waves, climb the volcanoes — just enjoy the islands!
    That’s exactly what Colourmatch 26 is doing far away in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

    Fonts in use:
    Aloha Script by Charles Borges de Oliveira and Pierre Tardiff, Borges Lettering
    Garris by Arwan Sutanto, Locomotype
    Kon Tiki Aloha by Jason Walcott, Jukebox Type
    Microbrew by Jay Hilgert, Albatross
    Thirsty Soft by Ryan Martinson, Yellow Design Studio

    Paper: Metapaper Touch white 145g/m²
    Edition: 8000

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    Typefaces

    • Thirsty Soft
    • Garris
    • Aloha Script
    • Microbrew
    • Kon Tiki Aloha JF

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    5 Comments on “HKS Colourmatch 26

    1. Apr 19th, 2016  12:10 pm

      Pity about the “Ono” … avoid tracking connecting scripts. Sometimes, InDesign’s “optical” kerning is the culprit — better use “metric”.

    2. Apr 19th, 2016  12:28 pm

      you are so right – just checked the .indd-doc … I changed it everywhere to »metric« just forgot the »ono« … I didn’t notice it till you mentioned it

    3. Alicia says:
      Jun 11th, 2016  1:50 pm
      So what is the actual font used for the words “Colour Match”???
    4. Jun 11th, 2016  2:39 pm

      That’s Kon Tiki Aloha — note that its lowercase holds unadorned caps.

    5. Alicia says:
      Jun 12th, 2016  9:46 pm
      Thanks! My fault for not checking. I had my tiki blinders on.

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