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A couple of years ago, while Aggeliki Skandalelli was designing a package for a marmelade range, she started having a go at creating a typeface t… Read More
A couple of years ago, while Aggeliki Skandalelli was designing a package for a marmelade range, she started having a go at creating a typeface that would suit the package she had in mind. The two things on her mind in designing a typeface for a marmelade brand were firstly, that she wanted it to have a hand-written feel, so as to exude that old-fashioned, home-made quality, and secondly, that it ought to have a certain sweetness and gentleness that would match the product. Read Less
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PF Scandal Pro

Scandal Pro


“A couple of years ago, when I was designing a package for a marmelade range, I started having a go at creating a typeface that would suit the package I had in mind. The whole process was intensely appealing to me: from merely using typefaces as an intricate part of my work as an art director, I started exploring the function of each and every element that a typeface consists of. The two things on my mind in designing a typeface for a marmelade brand were firstly, that I wanted it to have a hand-written feel, so as to exude that old-fashioned, home-made quality, and secondly, that it ought to have a certain sweetness and gentleness that would match the product. However, PF Scandal managed to outgrow its original inspiration. As I continued working on it, I toned down some of its elements to make it more versatile. And so, PF Scandal evolved into a typeface that has a contemporary, and yet hand-written look, which makes it suitable for a wide range of uses. The ‘Pro’ version comes with the full array of european characters including Latin, Greek and Cyrillic as well as 120 matching pictograms” – Aggeliki Scandalelli

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