Emma M Weiss
Emma M Weiss
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Typefirst Clinic

The final project in a semester’s worth of typography design work, we were to present the twenty-seven typefaces studied by each student in the class in a unique, cohesive way that highlighted each typeface’s distinctive characteristics.

Group project members: Emma Weiss, Jose Sorto-Guevara, Solomia Nebesh, Jordan Stovka, Mariam Hathor.

 We designed a magazine-catalog for a fictional type foundry, Typefirst Clinic. All fonts are registered "patients" with various "ailments" at the clinic, with accompanying medical sheets detailing these ailments and their patient information.

We designed a magazine-catalog for a fictional type foundry, Typefirst Clinic. All fonts are registered "patients" with various "ailments" at the clinic, with accompanying medical sheets detailing these ailments and their patient information.

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 An informative clinic brochure accompanies the set of four red medical folders, categorizing fonts into serif, sans-serif, script & blackletter, and decorative & display.

An informative clinic brochure accompanies the set of four red medical folders, categorizing fonts into serif, sans-serif, script & blackletter, and decorative & display.

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 Each folder contains patient sheets for the typefaces in the category, as well as type specimen “samples” and an “x-ray” of a typeface in the category based on their “diagnosis.” We diagnosed Lust Script, for example, with a high resting heart rate.

Each folder contains patient sheets for the typefaces in the category, as well as type specimen “samples” and an “x-ray” of a typeface in the category based on their “diagnosis.” We diagnosed Lust Script, for example, with a high resting heart rate.

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