The making of Adapter
For many years now, we have felt a gap in our library. The missing piece was a simple, no-frills sans serif that would appeal to contemporary modernist and post-modernist aesthetics. A straightforward, universal typeface easy to use for a wide range of design genres. We set out to develop this missing piece over three years ago in a pub in London’s Bloomsbury and today we release it to the world hoping it will serve you well. Below are a few notes about our thoughts and the process.
21 May 2019
The development of Neacademia
Sergei Egorov sheds some light on the process of developing Neacademia – an investigation tracing the working methods of 15th century punchcutters.
20 September 2016