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French National Renaissance Museum programs

Contributed by Production Type on Nov 24th, 2017. Artwork published in .
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    Hélène Marian together with Doc Levin redesigned the programs issued by the French National Renaissance Museum since 2014. They are all set with a colored (or reversed) Francesco, which turns out to be inspired by types cut in the Renaissance.

    The typography is very refined: alternates ‘a’ & ‘e’ are used (with open counterforms rather than obstructed ones). So are discretionary ligatures, oldstyle figures and the rarely seen fleurons.

    See more pictures on the websites of Hélène Marian and Doc Levin.

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