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A Tale of Cyberjustice

Contributed by Philippe Dionne Bussières on Mar 10th, 2020. Artwork published in .
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    Book design for Université de Montréal’s Cyberjustice Laboratory. This publication concludes a seven-year research project aiming to help the justice system step up from its rigid and archaic ways into a more efficient system, while keeping humanity and accessibility at its core.

    Cardinal Fruit, a recent typeface reminiscent of condensed humanistic typography in old computer ads (see Apple Garamond), seemed like an apropos candidate for a book about the balance between technology and humanity. It is combined with Suisse Int’l.

    Illustrations by Julien Posture.

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