Mumbai-based designer Amishi Parekh moved from prolific Indian studio Design Temple, to complete an MA in Innovation Management at Central Saint Martins in London. Interested in how cultural differences influence design, her approach is highly collaborative and often brings together people from different countries and professions.
Áron Jancsó seeks inspiration for his fonts from a blend of modernism, street culture and calligraphy. Ogaki, a super-fat display typeface, is his first commercial font and has been released by Gestalten. The lowercase ‘g’ so beloved by Parekh was the result of “restless experimentation”, says Jancsó, and went on to inspire the other letterforms in the family.