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34e festival international de Mode, de Photographie, et d’Accessoires de mode at Villa Noailles, Hyères

Contributed by Rousselot Floriane on Oct 28th, 2020. Artwork published in .
    34e festival international de Mode, de Photographie, et d’Accessoires de mode at Villa Noailles, Hyères 1
    Marc Armand. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Euphoria, designed by Janik Sandbothe and available from Typelab.fr, is used for the 35th International Festival for Photography, Fashion and Fashion Accessoires at Villa Noailles Hyères. The visual identity was designed by Marc Armand. Euphoria is paired with Agrandir by Alex Slobzheninov (Pangram Pangram) – the typeface was already in use as a brand typeface for Villa Noailles.

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    Villa Noailles. License: All Rights Reserved.
    34e festival international de Mode, de Photographie, et d’Accessoires de mode at Villa Noailles, Hyères 3
    Villa Noailles. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    République Studio. License: All Rights Reserved.
    34e festival international de Mode, de Photographie, et d’Accessoires de mode at Villa Noailles, Hyères 5
    Marc Armand. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Marc Armand. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Euphoria (Janik Sandbothe)
    • Agrandir
    • Standard (bb-bureau)

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    2 Comments on “34e festival international de Mode, de Photographie, et d’Accessoires de mode at Villa Noailles, Hyères”

    1. Is it Pickle Standard on the vitrine?

    2. Is it Pickle Standard on the vitrine?

      Another one of those sentences that can only be read on Fonts In Use! :p

      Good eye, José! I think the ultrabold “L’été à” is custom lettering based on (Pickle) Standard. Correct me if I’m wrong, Marc or Benoît. The smaller type on the top half of the circle (“arts décoratifs”) looks like (non-pickled) Standard. Added!

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