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Hestia Artistic Journey website

Contributed by Alain Papazian on Jun 24th, 2021. Artwork published in
April 2021
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    Hestia Artistic Journey website 1
    Source: https://artystycznapodrozhestii.pl License: All Rights Reserved.

    About the Hestia Artistic Journey Foundation:

    Since 2002 our mission has been to observe, support and award young creators at the onset of their artistic careers. These activities were formalised in 2014 when the Foundation was established, and we are pursuing our goals by organising the competition for students of art faculties across Poland and via numerous undertakings for the artists’ benefit with our role as an art patron. Our hope is not only to facilitate young artists in entering the art market but also to raise public discussion on the state, experiences and anxieties of the young generation.

    Osmose is used in the extended version, with the Regular for the title and the Medium for the menu. It is a good fit with Sometimes Times for the graphic illustrations. The intro paragraph is set in Editorial New Ultralight. Lastly, GT America is used for all text and headings.

    Hestia Artistic Journey website 2
    Source: https://artystycznapodrozhestii.pl License: All Rights Reserved.
    Hestia Artistic Journey website 3
    Source: https://artystycznapodrozhestii.pl License: All Rights Reserved.
    Hestia Artistic Journey website 4
    Source: https://artystycznapodrozhestii.pl License: All Rights Reserved.
    Hestia Artistic Journey website 5
    Source: https://artystycznapodrozhestii.pl License: All Rights Reserved.
    Hestia Artistic Journey website 6
    Source: https://artystycznapodrozhestii.pl License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Osmose
    • Editorial New
    • GT America
    • Sometimes Times

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    2 Comments on “Hestia Artistic Journey website”

    1. To correct this: Sometimes Times is used for the graphic illustrations.

    2. Thanks, Jay! I’ve fixed this.

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