We should recall that a paper collection is generally based on similar roots, with various ?flavors,? colors. A collection of typefaces should reflect this similar mood, even the style of papers should be reflected into the fonts. Each of the members try their best to be different from the others because of their features. They should work harmoniously in contrast.
In June 2010, a new design conducted by Marc Guillon for the Pèlerin magazine was launched. This redesign feature Typofonderie fonts and new nameplate designed by Jean François Porchez.
For text and some subhead, headlines, Mencken typeface family originally designed for the Baltimore Sun was used in order to improve readability of the content. Along various sizes cut of Mencken, a new sanserif specially created for this redesign appear.
Following recent redesign of Real Simple by Janet Froelich and the introduction of Parisine PTF Gris, few more covers are featured on a blog entry of the Society of Publication Designers.
The Múzeum Café publication of the Szépművészeti Muzeum, Budapest, Hungary won two prizes in 2009.