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.
In 1995, a small A4 specimen about FF Angie was designed.
Eduardo Aires Design designed a nice Art Déco style book in 2006 using Anisette for the cover and all titling inside. Due of the nice combination of colors, proportions, shapes and typography, the cover is really impressive and powerful. Its a catalog originally created for the exhibit Art Deco, Colecção Barardo at the Serralves Foundation, Portugal.
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.