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Nanna

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on May 18th, 2019. Artwork published in
circa 2016
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    Nanna 1
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    Nanna is a store for Scandinavian interior design in Vienna, Austria. For the logo, they went with lowercase letters from Satura. A wordmark that only features two different glyphs could have easily turned out dull. Not so with this typeface and its unusual distribution of thicks and thins. Satura is the result of a collaboration between two type designers from Sweden, Göran Söderström and the late Peter Bruhn. Released in 2010, it’s one of my favorite explorations of letterforms with horizontal stress. Satura is complemented by FF Netto for text.

    Signs on the facade of the shop in Barnabitengasse.
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    Signs on the facade of the shop in Barnabitengasse.

    Nanna 3
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    Signs on the facade of the shop in Barnabitengasse.
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    Invitation for the first anniversary in 2016

    Signs on the facade of the shop in Barnabitengasse.
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    Sale ad in FF Netto

    Signs on the facade of the shop in Barnabitengasse.
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