A Melbourne institution gets a colorful treatment on the web.
3 Comments on “Rooftop Cinema”
To me these two typefaces are kind of a strange combination, too close in appearance when you only see the caps, yet different in principle of form and concept. Luckily there aren't any lowercase letters, where this would be more visible. But why not just use Ronnia for all, logo/masthead and text?
why not just use Ronnia for all, logo/masthead and text?
That's likely due to the nature of the project. One guy did the ID, the others had to adapt it to the web later. But I don't really see Trade and Ronnia as a combo here. The logotype happened to start with Trade but it's really its own mark. Perhaps I shouldn't have even given it a sample and tag on the post.
Of course I click the Trade Gothic one and of course I say "wait a second, that R is dropped way too low!" and of course I should actually read the post -__-