New series: Parisine Gris

Parisine Gris, introduced in 2010

During the summer 2009 we’ve been asked by Real Simple to customize Parisine for their own use. We’ve adjusted few things for Real Simple and created new weights. Today, we’ve integrated this idea of intermediate weights into Parisine Gris: A new Regular between the original Parisine Clair Bold and Parisine Regular (as on the image above). Bold follow same mechanism. Finally, it’s also why this new sub-family was called Gris (Gray in English).

Pèlerin magazine redesign use Typofonderie fonts

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 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.