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Antoine Omerin portfolio

Contributed by Timothée Goguely on Jul 12th, 2019. Artwork published in
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    Antoine Omerin portfolio 1
    Source: antoineomerin.fr License: All Rights Reserved.

    Antoine Omerin is a photographer and film maker based in Paris, France. His portfolio website is set in Arial Regular and ISO Light, a typeface designed by Scribble Tone and available via Future Fonts. Headlines use Arial Regular.

    ISO was originally designed for our project exif.co, an image embedding service. It was inspired by old cameras, specifically Leicas and Nikons, which have really warm, slightly goofy, and tactile engraved text all over.

    Initially released as a single Regular weight typeface, ISO got a Bold in 2018 and was expanded to five weights from Thin to Black in February 2019.

    Antoine Omerin portfolio 2
    Source: antoineomerin.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Antoine Omerin portfolio 3
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    Antoine Omerin portfolio 4
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    Antoine Omerin portfolio 5
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    Antoine Omerin portfolio 6
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    Antoine Omerin portfolio 7
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    2 Comments on “Antoine Omerin portfolio”

    1. Headlines use Helvetica, it’s not Arial. You will see it if you check a letter R.

    2. You are right that the images show Helvetica. When I visit the live website, I get to see Arial, as stated here and in the site’s colophon. The screenshots might show an earlier, preliminary version, or were taken on a system where Arial was not available for some reason.

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