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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.
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.
Typodarium 2012 features Acorde on January 26
The Typodarium 2012, a calendar edited by Lars Harmsen and Raban Ruddigkeit and published by Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz is now available and features 366 typefaces (one per day) designed by more than 250 designers from 32 countries.
In order to enhance the typographic quality of this year’s calendar, all entries were chosen by a renowned international jury consisting of Roger Black, Michel Chanaud, Yves Peters, Hubert Jocham, and Christian Schwartz. Acorde is one of the selected typefaces and performs the task of presenting Thursday January 26 with great pleasure.The calendar comes with a box for collecting the torn off calendar sheets. The cover of the 2012 edition of the Typodarium calendar. The front side of January 26 shows three different styles of Acorde. The back side of January 26 contains a short description of Acorde.