In 2019, Atelier Müesli (Léa Chapon and Mytil Ducomet) designed the visual identity of Anéat (National Association of Territorial Art Schools of Amateur Practice). To realize this project, they used the typeface Cardone designed by Fátima Lázaro. Developed between 2016 and 2021, Cardone is a singular interpretation of early so-called Scottish modern faces, later called Scotch Roman. It’s available from 205TF.
Anéat provides a national framework for exchanges between schools and brings professional associations, communities and state authorities into dialog.