Davide Baratta is a design lead based in London, UK and has shared an interesting case study on his Behance.
Marçal Prats sent us his latest project and as usual, it's an inspiring typography and typeface project for Dot, an art magazine that serves as a platform to explore ideas and to showcase talent. It is intended to inspire, spark conversation, and feed the imagination. Using exclusively perfect regular circles and straight lines, the design of the minimalistic and geometric DD dot sans-serif font evokes the memorable typographic work of the Bauhaus designer Herbert Bayer (1900–1985).
DD dot reimagines Bayer's avant-garde approach done with his Universal typeface in 1925.