Patrick Hruby and the grain edit font

October 7, 2010 § 1 Comment

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Patrick Hruby's 'A-frame'

Although the title of this post sounds like an exceptionally corny detective novel, it is in fact the route by which I came across Patrick Hruby. That is to say, I found his work on grain edit. Clear enough now?

I like Patrick’s style – very distinctive, and his vibrant colours (not so much in this image but in his other work) remind of those tin kaleidoscopes that you used to hold up to the light. And as for the grain edit font, visiting there again reminded me how much I like the font used in the grain edit title:

grain edit font

Farao bold, I believe, in case there are any typography geeks listening in.

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