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AT Move Specx

AT Move Specx™

by André Toet Design
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AT Move Specx Font Family was designed by André Toet, Jasper Nijssen and published by André Toet Design. AT Move Specx contains 1 styles.

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About AT Move Specx Font Family


SPECX This is my #11/12 Font a slabserif typeface. In fact it’s a very, very basic and extreme strong typeface! We gave this new Font a special touch by adding an extra family-member: a stencil-version of the SPECX. My inspiration for the SPECX is based on the cover of a 1955 French School-Notebook. Concept/Art Direction/Design: André Toet © 2017

Designers: André Toet, Jasper Nijssen

Publisher: André Toet Design

Foundry: André Toet Design

Design Owner: André Toet Design

MyFonts debut: Aug 14, 2012

AT Move Specx™ is a trademark of André Toet Design.

About André Toet Design

André Toet believes in typefaces that can be used not only in print but in lots of different ways, like lighting, jewelry design, textile or even furniture. His typefaces: Alphatool, Altera, Artù & Artù Super Heavy Bold, Billiard, Bloggy, Bombola, Bulky, Découpé, Frutta, Herengracht, Holborn, MMM, Mezzo, Nath!, PiPi, Powerplay, Quipo, RiFF-RaFF (Regular & Bold), Skewy, Specx, Specx (Stencil), Strano, Straw, Tremolo, Wolfszn and Wyggle give designers a lot of possibilities to use them in a creative way. André Toet: Born in The Hague, The Netherlands. Educated at the KABK (Gerrit Noordzij), The Hague 1970-1974 and Central School of Art & Design (Nicolete Gray), London 1974-1975. He worked as a designer at Total Design (Jurriaan Schrofer, Wim Crouwel), Amsterdam 1976-1980. Started (SO)Design 1983-2015 with Marianne Vos. He now lives and works in Amsterdam and Rosennano (Tuscany, Italy). André is a designer, judge and educator, he creates stylistic designs in different fields. Originally trained in graphic design and winner of international awards (D&AD, OneShowSilver, RedDotAwards, NYAD, GoldenBee’s, TokyoTypeDirectorsClub) for his designs, he also became a skilled typedesigner.

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