After 50 years of existence and extensive use, it is a font worth celebrating. While most people see it as a very rigid type, I had a closer look at its details. Here it appears that it has more detail than seen from a readers perspective. Cutting parts creating whole new patterns, that have their base in the font: Helvetica.
Project coach: Udo Albrecht, stereobloc Berlin.
:: pattern :: font :: illustration :: burg giebichenstain :: halle :: germany