… is a Berlin-based designer who often uses typography and glyphs to lead her illustration or identity projects. Particularly impressive is her series of typographic posters to promote the play The Mermaid, commissioned by Russian culture magazine Театр. Here the woodcut-like images feature waves, a river and a star intertwining around the lettering, distorting their forms.
Paul Renner’s Plak
Designed in 1928, this typeface was designed as an accompaniment to Stempel's Neuzeit Grotesk family. Intended as a poster type it was available exclusively in bold weights, but in three width variations, the widest variant bears similarities to some of Futura's geometric letterforms – a typeface also designed by Renner.