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Timesheets Magazine, Berlin issue

Contributed by Studio 24/24 on Dec 16th, 2019. Artwork published in
circa 2018
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    Issue landing page with Écriture (Benoît Bodhuin) on top of outlined and stretched Druk Wide.
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    Issue landing page with Écriture (Benoît Bodhuin) on top of outlined and stretched Druk Wide.

    Timesheets Magazine is a digital magazine featuring interviews with successful creatives, with each issue centered around a different creative city.

    It seeks to uncover the drives and motivations behind innovative minds by exploring creative processes, daily work routines, and time management habits. The first issue about Berlin featured contributions by 6th Finger Studio, Diane Drubay, Erik Spiekermann, Mate Steinforth, Tobias Faisst, and Ziúr Ziúr Ziúr.

    The primary typeface is Druk Wide by Commercial Type. It’s combined with Grilli Type’s GT America for text, and a different additional typeface for each interviewee.

    Tobias Faisst with big quotes in  (here a digital version with lowercase).
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    Tobias Faisst with big quotes in Microgramma (here a digital version with lowercase).

    Erik Spiekermann gets .
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    Erik Spiekermann gets Helvetica.

    Mate Steinforth is matched with  Bold, set on a bouncing baseline, with rotated glyphs and a shadow effect.
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    Mate Steinforth is matched with Trench Rounded Bold, set on a bouncing baseline, with rotated glyphs and a shadow effect.

    6th Finger Studio with more Écriture.
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    6th Finger Studio with more Écriture.

    Ziúr Ziúr Ziúr’s words are set in .
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    Ziúr Ziúr Ziúr’s words are set in Letterstitch Plain.

    The typeface chosen for Diane Drubay is .
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    The typeface chosen for Diane Drubay is Cormorant.

    Typefaces

    • Druk Wide
    • GT America
    • Écriture
    • Microgramma
    • Helvetica
    • Trench Rounded
    • Letterstitch Plain
    • Cormorant

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