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Claus Eggers Sørensen

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Lookback.io using Playfair Display

Lookback.io is using Playfair Display for their… View More

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Jeb Bush using Playfair Display

Jeb Bush is using Playfair Display for his ‘Jeb Bush Emails’… View More

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Dragone Studio using Playfair Display

Dragone Studio is using Playfair Display to great effect on their… View More

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Fiat Australia using Playfair Display

Fiat Australia is using Playfair Display for their… View More

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I’m presenting at the 2013 ATypI conference in Amsterdam

My ATypI 2013 presentation has been scheduled for Sunday 13th of October at 14:25. I hope to see you all there, it’s going to be awesome. My presentation will deal with the transition from print publishing to screen-based publishing, and what this means for the way we design and… View More

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Vogue España’s new responsive website uses Playfair Display throughout

¡Strike a pose! Vogue España’s new responsive site uses Playfair Display throughout, and it doesn’t look half bad. They are also self-hosting the font files as the license allows for. To make Playfair Display look its best, the spacing has been regulated in CSS for each size. You can check out the site… View More

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TypeTalks 2013

I will be presenting at the 2013 TypeTalks in Brno, Czech Republic, on the 6–7th of September 2013. My presentation is entitled Post-paper, and on the grand transition from publishing to paper, to publishing to screens, and how this necessitates the development of new design conventions and tropes. I hope to see you… View More

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Playfair Display now available in Monotype’s SkyFonts service

All the Google Fonts including Playfair Display are now available in Monotype’s SkyFonts service. The application can be downloaded, and the fonts can be browsed and selected here. Furthermore, fonts are automatically updated to latest versions, and the selected fonts are synced across your… View More

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Skyggebilleder

Playfair Display Black Italic is used to good effect in this art exhibition catalogue designed by Christian… View More

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New website for the Chancellery of the Polish Prime minister uses Playfair Display

The designers of the website for the Chancellery of the Polish Prime minister have chosen to use Playfair Display as the main typeface. The Open Source license means that the chancellery can self-serve the webfont-files, which they do. Visit the site here… View More