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Berliner Missionswerk

Contributed by JAF on May 22nd, 2020. Artwork published in
circa 2017
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    Berliner Missionswerk 1
    Photo: JAF. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Originally established in 1824 as Berliner Missionsgesellschaft (BMG), the Berliner Missionswerk (“Berlin Missionary Society”) supports churches and development projects in the Middle East, in Africa, East Asia, Russia, Cuba, North America and Europe.

    WeltBlick (“World View”), a magazine published by Berliner Missionswerk triennially, covers developments and news on its projects and their partner churches abroad.

    Berliner Missionswerk’s identity mainly uses JAF Facit; the magazine WeltBlick designed by Katrin Art of Hellowork is set in Utopia in tight combination with Facit. The two typefaces share similar attributes such as somewhat narrow proportions and slightly squarish bowls – the typography of the magazine is a good example of how you can combine two families effectively.

    The wordmark uses caps from the Black weight of ’s .
    License: All Rights Reserved.

    The wordmark uses caps from the Black weight of Adrian Frutiger’s Vectora.

    Berliner Missionswerk 3
    Source: https://hellowork.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    Berliner Missionswerk 4
    Source: https://www.hellowork.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    Berliner Missionswerk 5
    Source: https://www.hellowork.de License: All Rights Reserved.
    Berliner Missionswerk 6
    Photo: JAF. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Berliner Missionswerk 7
    Photo: JAF. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • JAF Facit
    • Utopia
    • Vectora

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