My internet feeds served up some font joy this morning, this lovely new typeface by Rene Bieder – RBNo3.1.
As described by Rene on his Behance post:
RBNo3.1 is a sans serif typeface with a technical and geometric appearance. The family includes 9 weights with matching italics. It’s large x-height makes it especially legible at small point sizes. RBNo3.1 feels comfortable in technical surroundings with short text passages, in brochures, catalogs, magazines, posters, websites headlines and logos.
As an intro offer, all 18 fonts of the RBNo3.1 typeface can be purchased for $60 until August 28 (Full price is $250) and RBNo3.1 Black is available to demo for free.
Check it out on Rene’s Behance post.
My new business cards arrived in the post a couple of weeks back, pretty happy about that.
The good people at moo print these cards and when deciding on which product to go with I found that I couldn’t go past the 600gsm Luxe range. In a stroke of luck one of the stock choices they have has the same red for the centre ply that I use for my logo. Brilliant!
Pro-tip: if you are in Australasia, order from the euro/uk office as it will work out a little cheaper and the more importantly your cards will arrive quick-smart.
If you haven’t heard of moo before you should definitely check it out, not only to they print business cards with up to 50 designs on one side but they also produce custom sticker books, postcards and MiniCards. Oh yeah, you can print your Facebook, flickr, or picasa images if you like, simple easy integration.
Featured in .net magazine issue #230 is the top gear website in a ‘how we built it’ type walk through with a couple of the R&B Creative team.
I was super excited when I found out that we were featured in the magazine that headed straight off to the news agents get myself a copy! It is always a pleasure to see something you have contributed to immortalised in print. If you seen the retouching Top Gear portfolio post, head over there now for a gander.