Tate Etc. issue 49
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When Ard’s redesign of Tate Etc. magazine was launched in 2017, Design Week ran an article with additional info on the logo and the typefaces:
The studio […] created a new logo based on the typeface RH Inter by Swiss type designer Robert Huber […] Based on RH Inter’s original forms, Ard worked with Huber on the logo and tied it in with the Tate identity by adding features such as straight and rounded angles. Two weights of RH Inter are used throughout the inside of the magazine. […]
Tate Etcentury – a typeface based on Century Schoolbook Monospace and created in collaboration with Swiss designer Julien Mercier – is used for headlines and captions, and is incorporated throughout the entire back section. The body text is set in an early 20th century typeface called Century Schoolbook.
Ard says the design of the magazine will continue to evolve in the future and the studio is planning to introduce custom-made typefaces for each issue, which will be created in collaboration with different designers.
In October 2020, RH Inter has been released with Lineto as LL Medium.