The designers at MCKLand COLLINS have created an loveably psychedelic typeface inspired by everyone’s favorite frog, Kermit. Kernit, as they’ve named the font, is “meant to capture the same imagination, fun and whimsy which we came to love in Henson’s vivid work.”
The design was originally intended for a Jim Henson exhibition at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image, but has since been made available in two styles: block, and outline, and is free for download. If you’d like to get your hands on the free font, you can download it here.
If you’re interested, I’ll be streaming some design work this Sunday! I’m not exactly sure of the time just yet, but head over to my Twitch by clicking the banner above and give me a follow to get updated when I go live!
This will be my first stream, so I’m pretty excited to give it a try and look forward to chatting with everyone while also getting some much-needed work done!
In a shock move today, before E3, Ubisoft has unveiled a new company logo in an Official Press Release, redefining the iconic swirl, with a new typeface to accompany it.
The new swirl is an evolution of our existing logo that marks a new era for Ubisoft, one with an increased focus on live and digital games as well as a player-centric approach to creating immersive worlds.
Check out the logo above, and hit the jump to see the transition from beginning to now for Ubisoft’s branding.
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