Jubiler (Jeweller) is a contemporary script based on pointed brush. Main inspiration for sketches and construction of a letter derives from old American painting signs developed in 60’s. All letters are based on stroke of a round pointed brush. Jubiler comes in one weight - regular, equipped with small caps.
Swash characters, alternative letters, contextual ligatures, lining ﬁgures and old style ﬁgures combined with regular set of glyphs create natural feel of hand lettering. Irregular baseline and a large set of alternates changing dependently on neighbouring letters contributes to the overall visual feel of typeface, which comes across as fresh and unique as is written each time in a different way. Jubiler supports many Latin languages. It represents effectively in headline sizes as well as in small text.
Images above derive from "Sign Painters" book
Curly uppercase letters and set of small capital letters are used in circumstances when contrast and accentuation is needed.
Jubiler Script was developed during studies at University of Fine Arts in Poznań in Type Design Studio. It was my MA project, and the result of my work is credited to prof. Krzysztof Kochnowicz and Viktoriya Grabowska.
Jubiler Script is also a part of Pangramme - International Student Type Design Exposition.
You can also find it in publication called „THE INSECTS PROJECT: Problems of Diacritic Design for Central European Languages”.
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