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The Party by Ostbahnhof presents VERS: Anything Goes, December 2019

Contributed by Angello Torres on Dec 9th, 2019. Artwork published in
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    The holidays can be sweet, but we’re getting spooky. Friday the 13th things get unlucky. It’s time to mix misfortune with mischief at VERS: Anything Goes.

    The Party by Ostbahnhof is an international event series that bridges the gap between queer, music, art, and political communities. This latest poster in an ongoing series pairs a number of fonts that were used before, and adds some new type to the mix: Lyyra by Schick Toikka is used for the rotated type on the right hand of the poster, and the caps in the right hand corner; VERS is set in Parabole, designed by David Molnár at ECAL and available via ECAL Typefaces; Connary Fagen’s Roxborough is used for “The Party By Ostbahnhof”.

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    Typefaces

    • Parabole
    • Lyyra
    • Roxborough CF
    • Beatrice Display
    • Nostra Stream
    • Neue Helvetica
    • Harbour

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    2 Comments on “The Party by Ostbahnhof presents VERS: Anything Goes, December 2019”

    1. “XIII” and “666” in neon-green text may be set in Gareth Hague’s Harbour.

    2. Good catch, Jay! Added.

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