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De facto

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Jun 26th, 2019. Artwork published in
circa 2019
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    De facto 1
    Source: https://www.defactoinc.com De facto. License: All Rights Reserved.

    De facto is an agency based in New York, representing artists in the categories Photo & Motion, Styling, Sets & Props, Makeup, Hair, and Manicure. For the website, art director Chase Hostler exclusively used the Messer family by Inga Plönnigs, black on white, in all of its three styles*; Regular, Italic and Display (see Messer Condensed). The logo uses Neue Helvetica Bold or similar.

    *) Messer is still work in progress. An additional condensed style with high contrast has been announced already.

    The items on the homepage pair Messer Italic in mixed case with Messer Regular in all caps for the names.
    Source: https://www.defactoinc.com De facto. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The items on the homepage pair Messer Italic in mixed case with Messer Regular in all caps for the names.

    The items on the homepage pair Messer Italic in mixed case with Messer Regular in all caps for the names.
    Source: https://www.defactoinc.com De facto. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Messer’s Display cut here ironically is used for the smallest type.

    The items on the homepage pair Messer Italic in mixed case with Messer Regular in all caps for the names.
    Source: https://www.defactoinc.com De facto. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Messer comes with lining and oldstyle figures. De facto uses the latter ones.

    De facto 5
    Source: https://www.defactoinc.com De facto. License: All Rights Reserved.
    De facto 6
    Source: https://www.defactoinc.com De facto. License: All Rights Reserved.

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