ADOBE 
THE LOST TYPOGRAPHY


In 1932 the Nazi regime abruptly shut down the iconic design institute Bauhaus and many potential design classics were left behind unfinished. Together with the Bauhaus foundation Adobe turned sparse typographical sketches from the Bauhaus archives into five complete typefaces and made them available in Adobe Fonts (previously Typekit). Giving what was initiated almost a century ago new life in the hands of a new generation of designers.

Director: SWIM CLUB
DOP: SWIM CLUB





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