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Terpene Dream, Hops & Grain

Photo(s) by “Label Craft”. Imported from Flickr on Jan 10, 2019. Artwork published in .
    Image by Brock New
    Source: https://www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Label Craft and tagged with “inland”. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Image by Brock New

    Terpene Dream IPA/APA (@ 5.5% ABV) was launched by craft brewery Hops & Josh in Austin, Texas in early 2018. The label design is by DeRouen & Co. For the title, they used modified letterforms from Inland, with nested glyphs and custom swash extensions.

    Inland was patented in 1895 by Carl Schraubstadter, Jr. from St. Louis, Missouri:

    The leading features of my design consist in having light hair-lines and exceedingly heavy main lines, and in place of the ceriphs, which ordinarily extend in a horizontal direction at the top and bottom corners of the heavy vertical lines, I use a small wedge-shaped hair-line at the junction of the horizontal and vertical boundariesof these main lines […] Such parts of the letters as are ordinarily crescent-shaped, being convex on the outside of the letter and concave on the inside, have the outer contour of the usual shape, while the inner contour is a compound curve, giving the surface a tear-shaped appearance.

    The Hops & Grain Brewing logo uses Hoefler & Co’s Tungsten and Forza.

    Terpene Dream, Hops & Grain 2
    Source: http://www.hopsandjosh.com Hops & Josh. License: All Rights Reserved.

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