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More and more brands are getting aware that their most ubiquitous way of communication is Typography. Typography is not only a medium to convey content but its form is also communication itself.
We create customized versions of existing fonts, add new characters and language support, design unique lettering, and obviously we gladly create tailor made fonts from scratch. Take a look below at some of our custom work.
Stevenage Borough Council
Stevenage Typeface is a revival of an old graphic feature of the city of Stevenage, located in the north of London. From a photographic collection of traces of a slab font in various parts of the city, the construction of the rest of the alphabet was developed in order to create an official font for the new town center wayfinding and mapping system. This project was made in collaboration with Bruno Rodrigues.
Ndiscover was commissioned to develop a custom version of Exo 2 for the Dutch Tv Channel BNNVARA. The idea behind it was to create a unique design emphasizing the strong elements of the design, as a way of underlining the channel moto: Explore, Reveal, Unleash.
Natanael Gama and Joana Correia (Nova Type Foundry) made the custom typography for this award winning brand. A quasi-monospaced that displayed the uniformity of this futuristic capsule hotel — every letter in its “capsule”.
The Estonian power tools and work gear company commissioned Ndiscover to create their custom typeface. Inspired in the quirky wolf that serves as their logo we created a contemporary bold sans serif with spiky terminations.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruises commissioned Ndiscover to create a lower case version of Cinzel in three styles: Regular, Italic and Bold.
Being such a luxurious brand we assumed an high contrast, elegant curves and delicate terminals approach. Classic yet contemporary.
Since 2011 we have partnered with Google to design new fonts (and improve existing ones) for their font library. We designed 4 font families (a total of 42 fonts), covered Latin, Cyrilic, Tamil and Malayalam scripts.