Lettre Internationale is one of the leading cultural and political publications in Europe, with independent offices in Copenhagen, Budapest, Berlin, Madrid, Bucharest, Moscow and Rome. The design uses a lot of expressive type to serve as illustrations and set the tone for the individual articles.
The magazine uses two typeface families from František Štorm — Baskerville Original(in a few different optical sizes), and the underused DynaGrotesk. The latter in particular stands out, especially in the massive all-caps uses. With its agressive diagonal cuts and off-kilter flared stems, it carries the design and the note in a fantastic way.