Ysans is a new Typofonderie typeface. The Ysans designed by Jean François Porchez is a sanserif influenced by Cassandre lettering pieces and the geometric sanserif style from the inter-war period. Since Chanel logo, the geometric sanserif style is the favorite typographic thing in fashion. Ysans asserts this reference. Not only Haute-Couture houses use these categories of typefaces for their visual identity, but fashion magazines usually strength their layout with these geometric sanserif when a Didot isn’t used.
In October 2017, Jean François together with Véronique will visit San Francisco and Seattle for a Mini tour of talks. In Seattle, a letterform workshop under the TypeParis banner is also planned. The talks themes. Visible invisibility of words: Why typography is a vital asset of business communication?
For the third year, Kerning Conference hold in Faenza propose workshops and talks. Jean François Porchez will talks about the visible invisibility of words. Why typography is a vital asset of business communication?
A World of Words: Described as French typographic legend by Grafik, Jean Francois Porchez has designed bespoke fonts for a boggling array of global brands: Le Monde, the Paris Metro, Louis Vuitton, Galleries Lafayette, Sephora, YSL Beauté and Nespresso, to name but a few. In his talk next Tuesday he will share his experiences as an expert in the design of bespoke typefaces.
Mencken is a new Typofonderie typeface. The new typeface has sixty-three styles, divided into three widths, three optical sizes, romans, italics, borders and dingbats. Mencken is unique because it is designed according to different axis and optical sizes. Firstly, the Mencken Text is a low-contrast transitional type designed on an oblique axis, asserting horizontal, featuring open counters. On the other side of the spectrum, the Mencken Head (and narrow variations) is designed on a vertical axis, high contrast, in a contemporary Didot style.
This new Typofonderie booklet was created with the utmost care to gather the collection of our typeface specimens started in 2004. The booklet include specimens featuring fourteen Typofonderie typefaces, stickers and few others goodies. Learn more
Welcome to Prosaic, a new typeface designed by Aurélien Vret. Prosaic is radical, because it comes from a long artistic reflection of its designer, also a multidisciplinary artist. The Prosaic is also a dual tone typeface because it knows how to serve the readability in very small sizes and brings a sturdy typographic power to large sizes. Read more about Prosaic, a Postmodern typographic tribute to the french vernacular signs.
For this new year 2017 we wish you very promising and successful year. Best wishes of happiness and prosperity. Thank you for your support, dear typeface users, from amateurs to top experts. Also to anyone we’ve had pleasure to discuss with… Many new things planned for 2017!
We are pleased to announce the publication of Parisine Narrow and Parisine Compressed! Parisine was born as the parisian métro signage typeface. This family of typefaces has become over years one of the symbols of Paris as the Johnston for the London Underground or the Helvetica for the New York Subway. The Parisine was created to accompany travelers in their daily uses: ultra-readable, friendly, human while the context is a priori hostile.