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Silbern weint ein Krankes by Martin Eder

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Oct 6th, 2014. Artwork published in .
    Silbern weint ein Krankes by Martin Eder 1
    Source: http://www.martineder.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Booklet published on the occasion of Martin Eder’s solo show at Galerie Eigen+Art, Leipzig.

    The interview in German is set in narrow columns of Optima. Questions are underlined, answers have a large first-line indent.
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    The interview in German is set in narrow columns of Optima. Questions are underlined, answers have a large first-line indent.

    The title page introduces a theme that is repeated throughout the 36-pages booklet: A small block in the quirky italic Rondka Urtyp interferes with a center-aligned pull quote in large caps, in this case from Plantin Light.
    Source: http://www.eigen-art.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    The title page introduces a theme that is repeated throughout the 36-pages booklet: A small block in the quirky italic Rondka Urtyp interferes with a center-aligned pull quote in large caps, in this case from Plantin Light.

    Peignot loses most of its eccentricity when used in all caps.
    Source: http://www.eigen-art.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Peignot loses most of its eccentricity when used in all caps.

    The version of Stahl used here is StahlLUX, a private digitization by Annette Lux of HIT.
    Source: http://www.eigen-art.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    The version of Stahl used here is StahlLUX, a private digitization by Annette Lux of HIT.

    Jan Sonntag of Sonntag Fonts studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie under Gerard Unger’s supervision. His Hildegard was published by Linotype in 2004.
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    Jan Sonntag of Sonntag Fonts studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie under Gerard Unger’s supervision. His Hildegard was published by Linotype in 2004.

    The English translation is set in Albertus. Interviewer and interviewee are marked with initials.
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    The English translation is set in Albertus. Interviewer and interviewee are marked with initials.

    The closing page uses Plantin Semibold, Semibold Italic, and Bold.
    Source: http://www.eigen-art.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    The closing page uses Plantin Semibold, Semibold Italic, and Bold.

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    • Albertus
    • Stahl
    • Rondka
    • Hildegard
    • Optima
    • Peignot
    • Plantin

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    2 Comments on “Silbern weint ein Krankes by Martin Eder”

    1. Roque Strew says:
      Nov 25th, 2014  5:16 pm

      I can’t believe that in 2014 Stahl still isn’t available to the public in some decent form.

    2. Nov 25th, 2014  6:58 pm

      Have you tried the digitization by Gerhard Helzel? His website sure is scary, but that doesn’t necessarily have to be true for his fonts as well.

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