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    Chocolat is a typeface created during my five weeks at TypeParis. My process started from calligraphy, understanding the shapes and the movements… Read More
    Chocolat is a typeface created during my five weeks at TypeParis. My process started from calligraphy, understanding the shapes and the movements of it. After practicing a lot, I moved to the tracing paper, when I started to work on the terminals as well as refining the letters. I decided to work with a structure and a square-like counter shape, combined to a round, soft and fluid outside contour, like the brush. Chocolat is a display typeface used primarily for packaging and logotypes. It has sharp counters and so, can also be readable at smaller sizes, more suitable for short-from text. I would like to thank the team of instructors that helped me a lot – Jean François Porchez, Julien Priez, Mathieu Réguer, Stéphane Elbaz and saint Dave Coleman! Read Less
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