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Berlin 🇩🇪

Oh, my Berlin. This section could make its own book, so we’ll try to merely be factual about this fantastic city where I had the pleasure to live for a couple of years. Typography alone would be a good enough reason to stick around for a while in Berlin, and we’ll only cover what’s underneath the surface (pun intended).

Officially, FF Transit is the typeface of the BVG designed by MetaDesign in 1997. But the story of the Berlin transportation system is very far from being , and much has been written about how you can almost literally trace Berlin’s own history throughout time just by carefully observing its (many!) typefaces in use.

Starting with its age: Berlin’s U-Bahn is 116 years old, which is… old. 711 Lucienne Copacabana shoulder bag Extremely Cheap Online Fashion Style For Sale Ye4j9QisM
described the Berlin Underground once as:

On a The Guardian article from 2015, Anton Koovit made the following remark while observing the many fonts of the different Berlin’s underground lines:

Depending on which line you board, and how damaged/struck by the historical events it was hit, you can find FF Transit, Octopuss, Helvetica , and loads, loads of Blackletter type. What gives, Berlin? Well, it’s a beautiful and seemingly never-ending type ride. Berlin has separate entities for its underground and overground (), and therefore their visual identity is significantly different: to note, the S-Bahn is about 95 years old already, and it would be odd if it didn’t have an interesting and unique design background deeply attached to it as well.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, design choices in these stations varies the most between East and West Berlin, showing the consequences of a once divided German capital. On the East, the infamous U7 line alone has 6 different design schemes.

Kate Seabrook went through a lot of hassle capturing pretty much a snapshot of all Berlin’s subway stations in her Endbanhof , if you fancy spending an evening browsing around (and you should).

But back to FFTransit…

Despite the sheer epicness and visual treat that is commuting across lines in Berlin, is still the typeface, which is also used in several other transportation systems (which we’ll get to soon). However, I find that is not without its minor faults, as some characters like and are visually similar. Have a look at the word “Illicit”:

While the uppercase “I” is cleverly distincit by being shorter than the lowercase “l”, it can still make up some visual confusion with certain combinations of letters. While custom typefaces can get away with details like these when their context is known, it’s not necessarily future-proof. There are no subway stations names in Berlin with these combinations of letters, but who says there won’t be? The cost of a updating a typeface which in turn reflects itself in the real world, unlike an app, is sometimes literally set in stone and can be quite hefty.

Different Lines, different Type Choices

As mentioned at the beginning, Berlin street and underground typography easily makes a book on its own. The blog has two fantastic articles on two distinct lines, the Low Cost Online Marni colourblock coat Cheapest Cheap Online Clearance Low Price Outlet Popular sialXdGxv
and the S1 line , just to start.

One of my favourite details is the at Schöneberg for the S1 line, which seems to be thought of after the sign was already implemented. It’s a very functional sans-serif, which contrasts with the heavy usage of Blackletter in the rest of the same line. Look at that geometry in the G!

Philip Oltermamm dug up a few other interesting bits about the reasons for such discrepancies:

And if you need more proof, let’s get visual again:

Brussels 🇧🇪

Brussels may be , but it was also certainly worthy of having its own typeface developed. Since 2006, Brussels has been using Brusseline , designed by Zanellato Nina Zanellato bag Buy Cheap With Mastercard Cheap Shopping Online dZXPJCRRUC
, a Paris–based type designer. Notice a pattern with the French names for typefaces?

I love , as well as the whole design system of this subway. It has a very cheerful and unique character to it:

It’s certainly no or : its curvy characters not only give it a quirky and recognisable look and feel, they also help to erradicate the usual type crimes suspects: characters that are too similar. Those little curves help identify characters from far away distances. As someone with the eyesight of a potato at faraway distances, I certainly appreciate that 🤓

You can see more at Eric’s official typeface presentation on Behance .

Toronto 🇨🇦

The opened doors to its subway in 1954, and it has also seen a fair share of typographical attention over half a decade.

Toronto Subway is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed for the original section of the Toronto Transit Commission’s Yonge subway. However, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Helvetica is still the official typeface for Toronto’s subway: you’ll still find it in some tiled sections of the walls.The font was recreated by David Vereschagin in 2004.

But there’s something very quirky about Toronto’s typeface: it was literally traced by hand , when the time came to redesign the font.

And some of the old tiles using it, below.

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In addition to New Balance's expected interest, Chinese brand Anta could also emerge as a strong contender to sign Hayward. While Klay Thompson is the brand's current headliner in China, where his "KT" signature line has been a huge hit for the brand that boasts more than 10,600 retail stores throughout Asia, the company's familiarity with the Celtics could come into play for Hayward. Two of Anta's initial signature athletes were Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo , both of whom signed just after their 2008 championship season in Boston, establishing a connection for Anta fans with the team ever since.

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