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Neville Brody launches type foundry Brody Fonts

Neville Brody has introduced a brand new type foundry, Brody Fonts. The project is a partnership between Brody Associates and TypeCommunity. So some distance, there are two fonts to be had: BF Buffalo and BF Bonn.

Brody Fonts guarantees new typefaces designed by means of Brody himself and different mates at his design studio. However, it’s going to additionally be offering up to date variations of unfashionable fonts from Brody's design portfolio. "The foundry… will revisit key moments in Brody’s typographic legacy, re-engineering, improving, and increasing some iconic font households for modern use" declares a blurb at the foundry's website.

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BF Bonn is a pointy, geometric sans-serif

One such resurrected font is BF Bonn, Brody Fonts' first liberate. BF Bonn first seemed in 1991 at the signage and branding for exhibition corridor Bonn Ausstellungshalle, which was once itself impressed by means of Brody’s previous paintings for Austrian nationwide broadcaster ORF. The foundry describes this a pointy, open, geometric typeface, as "a 20th century sans-serif for the 21st century". 

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BF Buffalo is described as ‘streetwise and gritty’

Type fanatics too can pick out up BF Buffalo. This was once to start with created for a distinct factor of Arena Homme Plus, devoted to '80s style dressmaker Ray Petri and his staff of stylists, creatives, musicians and photographers. Later it was once tailored for London's Anti-Design Festival. The font is available in seven other weights, and the foundry describes it as "streetwise and gritty". 

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The font was once at the beginning used for London’s Anti-Design Festival

To to find out extra, and pick out up both of the 2 new typefaces for your self, check out the Brody Fonts website.

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