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Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ

Contributed by Production Type on May 28th, 2019. Artwork published in
December 2015
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    Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ 1
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    Sacro Bosco is the debut EP of French electronic musical artist Christophe Le Gall alias Too Smooth Christ, released in 2015 on cantina.cool. For the album art and the dedicated website, Alaric Garnier designed a lockup using an early version of his typeface Kessler, featuring nested and ligated letters.

    The typeface is also used in the purely typographic music video for “Ninfeo”, the second track on Sacro Bosco. Since March 2019, Kessler is available for licensing from Production Type. The OO ligature as well as the SA pair with the top-heavy S are included (in slightly different form) in the final version of the font, and can be accessed via discretionary ligatures.

    Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ 2
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    Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ 3
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    Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ 4
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    Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ 5
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    Sacro Bosco website and “Ninfeo” video by Too Smooth Christ 6
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    The source code of the website included an ASCII version of Kessler’s letterforms.
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    The source code of the website included an ASCII version of Kessler’s letterforms.

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