AnOther and AnOther Man Magazines
Gareth Hague’s inventive type families embrace the eccentric spirit of an independent publishing enterprise.
4 Comments on “AnOther and AnOther Man Magazines”
No matter how pretty and artistic it looks it should be readable in the end, and I'm still struggling to read some of the text above.
The "ano" font (which is first an awful choice for a name, because that word in spanish means anus, looks kind of hideous stacked like that (at least for me), and when a bunch of text is written on it looks pretty boring and lacks impact, so for a font with potential the usage here isn't pleasant visually :(
A very interesting mix of typefaces here. Some are definitely working better than others. I'm curious what typeface they are using for the cover with Robert Pattinson. It has a nice German flair.
Tylor - that’s Ano Black and Ano Bold Back Italic.
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