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Rosetta addresses the needs of global typography. Together with our collaborators we create original fonts for a polyphonic world.

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Custom fonts & services

Besides the font catalogue, Rosetta provides design and consultancy services to broadcasters, companies, academic institutions, and other type foundries around the world.
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Award logo ed awards
Skolar Sans
Silver, European Design Awards 2015
Award logo communicationarts
Communication Arts 2013
Award logo generic
Arabic, First Prize, Granshan 2013
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Letter.2 2011
“It’s vivacious and playful in large sizes, and also full-proportioned, open, and effortlessly readable in text sizes, adding an undercurrent of frenetic energy to the flow of body copy.”
“The many prestigious design awards that Nassim has received are testaments to its fresh and contemporary design, and with its range of weights enabled us to achieve the typographic hierarchy we required.”
“There’s a lot of character here, as in the sharp cuts in the ‘a’, or the ‘g’ with its sassy ear. The ampersand reminds me of a kid proudly flexing his biceps.”
“Skolar accomplishes the goal sought after by virtually every text face: to make its mark with a distinct personality and yet remain effortlessly readable by letting that personality slip secretly and silently into the background.”
“I love this! My highest compliment: envy.”
Marian Bantjes about Sutturah
“We’re one of the few publishers using Huronia at the moment, which surprises me. I hope that changes, because I want to encourage Mills to keep designing text faces”