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Jim Nutt: Coming Into Character at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Date:2016-06-07 06:22:47| News|Browse: 6|Source: Fonts in Use|Author: Florian Hardwig
IntroductionSource: https://vimeo.com.Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Lic

Source: https://vimeo.com.Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. License: All Rights Reserved.

AnimatedPrismasetin use for a series of videos accompanying the exhibition James Goggin of Practise, co-designer of Prismaset.

Source: https://vimeo.com.Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. License: All Rights Reserved.

Source: https://vimeo.com.Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. License: All Rights Reserved.

The captions use Prismaset's initial Solid style, including some of its the lowercase. "Making a 'black' weight from a design intended to be multi-lined led to a pleasantly odd set of characters, some geometric and some with their own off-kilter shapes, looking simultaneously Art Deco, Gothic and Bauhaus." — Lineto

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