Marcel Jacno’s eponymous Jacno (Deberny & Peignot, 1950), paired with red caps from Europe – the name under which the French foundry cast their version of Futura. Back then, no-one felt the need to retouch the ferry’s impressive exhaust fumes.
Poster by the French railway company SNCF, advertising their touristic autocar (i.e. motor coach) services, featuring Chambord étroit, a condensed member of the Chambord family designed by Roger Excoffon for Fonderie Olive, Marseilles, in 1949. Just like regular-wide Chambord closely follows Cassandre’s Peignot, the condensed is quite similar to the (all-caps) Initiales Peignot étroit.
The fortified city of Carcassone and three styles of Adrian Frutiger’s Univers (1957). Although commonly associated with the Swiss International Style, this momentous typeface family was designed at Deberny & Peignot in France.