Blog – Entries tagged as Acorde in Use
Paul T. Frankl’s autobiography entirely set in Acorde
Another great example of Acorde in use: Paul T. Frankl’s autobiography offers a unique insight into the rise of American modernism from an insider’s point of view. It sheds light on Paul T. Frankl and his contemporaries as well as on Austrian and American culture in the first half of the twentieth century.
The book was edited by Christopher Long and Aurora McClain and designed by Austrian book designer Peter Duniecki. It is entirely set in Acorde.Cover of Paul T. Frankl’s autobiography, set in Acorde. Various impressions of Frankl’s autobiography, designed by Peter Duniecki.
Acorde joyfully celebrates St. Patrick’s Day 2015
As a special ingredient to St. Patrick’s Day 2015, Acorde joins the worldwide celebrations in giving your calendar an appropriate typographic appearance. Take a look at Typodarium 2015 whilst drinking a pint of Guinness or a shot of Irish Whiskey. Feel the Irish vibe and enjoy!Ingredients for a perfect St. Patrick’s Day: Irish Whiskey, Guinness and Acorde on your calendar.
Acorde presents the most beautiful books of A/D/CH/NL
Like every year the Typographic Society Austria (tga – Typographische Gesellschaft Austria) shows the most beautiful books of Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands in cooperation with the Vienna Public Libraries and the Association of Austrian Book Trade.
The most beautiful books of 2011 can be seen in the Central Library in Vienna from December 5, 2012 to February 4, 2013. Once again (since its introduction last year) the exhibition design is entirely set in the type family Acorde. Since Acorde is used for small text (labels, signs, flyers) as well as for large headlines, the exhibition design is a good example of Acorde’s suitability for all different sizes.The flyer promoting the exhibition was designed by Austrian designer Erich Monitzer.
Josef Frank’s writings set in Acorde
The bilingual book Josef Frank: Writings is a complete collection of all published writings of Austrian architect Josef Frank, one of the main protagonists of Classical Modernism. It comes in two volumes and consists of nearly 900 pages in total. Since the whole publication is entirely set in Acorde, it is probably amongst the publications where Acorde’s workhorse qualities can be judged most easily.Both covers of the two-volume book show the enlarged signature of Josef Frank.
Various impressions of the publication on Josef Frank’s writings, designed by Peter Duniecki.
The two-volume book was designed by Austrian book designer Peter Duniecki who explains his choice of Acorde as follows. »Die verwendete Schrift spiegelt die Zeit der Wiener Moderne. Modern, klar, nicht so hart, runder, eben wienerischer als die Internationale Moderne. Ihre hervorragende Lesbarkeit würde Josef Frank zu schätzen wissen.« (The chosen typeface reflects the era of Viennese Modernism. Modern, pure, not so hard, rounder, just more Viennese than the International Modernism. Josef Frank would appreciate its outstanding legibility.)
Publishing house facultas.wuv features Acorde
The Viennese publishing house facultas.wuv uses two italic styles of Acorde as the main dynamic visual element on the cover of one of their newest publications, a reference book of political science. The publication, entitled Theoriearbeit in der Politikwissenschaft (Academic Writing in Political Science) addresses the demands of students in political science doing their master’s studies. The book cover was designed by Austrian designer Martin Tiefenthaler.Cover of the book Theoriearbeit in der Politikwissenschaft (Academic Writing in Political Science). The italic styles of Acorde establish a dynamic contrast to the static photograph.
Typodarium 2013 features Acorde on November 28
Typodarium 2013 is the fifth edition of a series of annual calendars edited by the duo Lars Harmsen and Raban Ruddigkeit and published by Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz. It is now available and features 365 typefaces (one per day) designed by more than 212 designers from 33 countries.
The typefaces for the fifth edition were selected by a renowned international jury consisting of Donald Beekman, Indra Kupferschmid, Dan Reynolds, Carlos Segura, and Panos Vassiliou. Acorde is one of the typefaces on display and has been allocated a nice task: It gives Thanksgiving Day (US) on Thursday November 28 a suitable typographic appearance.The front side of November 28 shows three different styles of Acorde. The back side of November 28 contains a short description of Acorde.