Skep Studio have been leading the art direction for the band since their launch back in 2017 across a number all their brand identity, digital, and album artwork to date. Including now, this, their eagerly awaited debut album Pixels, out later this year.
Skep have used a stunning typeface, NSW 01, designed by Matt Willey, former art director at the New York Times.
It’s a modern condensed bold display typeface that feels outspoken and assertive. The perfect fit for Dutchkid’s sound for their next release, Pixels. We instantly fell in love with this typeface because of its unapologetic presence and glyph collection.
NSW01 is available through Buy Fonts Save Lives and raising much needed funds for Cancer Research & MacMillan Cancer Support. A wonderful cause.