Poster project celebrates Helvetica at 60

By Mark Sinclair

Love it or loathe it, Helvetica remains one of the world’s most widely used and popular typefaces – and it turns 60 this year. To celebrate the occasion, Spanish studio Husmee invited 19 other graphic designers to design a poster based on the ubiquitous sans-serif, designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffmann.

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The series is collected at, which launched this morning, and includes contributions from studios Build, Graphical House, Hey Studio, Spin and Toko and artists/designers Javier Mariscal and Patrick Thomas.

Shown here are seven of the posters – visit the tribute site to see the full set and also Husmee’s own poster advertising the collection.


The list of participating studios is as follows: Atlas / Build / BVD / Empatía / Graphéine / Graphical House / Hey Studio / Husmee / Javier Mariscal / Mario Eskenazi / Mash Creative / Monumento (Ex Face) / Oscar Mariné / Patrick Thomas / Estudio Pep Carrió / Socio Design / Spin / Toko / Toormix / Waterhouse Cifuentes Design (Ex Vignelli Associates). The project is supported by Arjowiggins and AgpoGraf


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