In 2013, Chevalvert studio designed the visual identity for the second edition of Fabfest, a cultural & technological innovation festival taking place at la Gaîté Lyrique, Paris.
The identity is built around abstract geometrical shapes, a RGB colour palette and an early beta version of Simon Renaud’s Tuner typeface, used across all the communication: program, posters, flyers, illustrations, signage and webdesign. Tuner, although looking monospaced is actually a proportional typeface, but this gimmick allowed Chevalvert to mimick programming code in their design: HTML tags, slashes, dashed lines, duplicates glyphs…
The A5 program booklet unfolds into an A2 poster devoid of any glyphs.
Tuner has since been slightly redesigned for some letters (Q R W a w), refined and expanded to a complete family with matching obliques and is now available at Production Type.