“Typefaces are clothes for words and like a finely tailored suit, it’s the detail in their composition that adds interest.”


Human history & communication

Since the beginning of communication, writing has always been at the heart of our society. From the illustrations of prehistoric caves to today’s messaging, communication has helped humanity transfer knowledge and grow the culture.


Invention of the alphabet

With the emergence of the alphabet, communication became much easier and accompanies us almost everywhere (books, newspapers, SMS, shop fronts, advertisement). We are surrounded by words and read them whether we like it or not.


Development of typefaces

The fast development of a variety of typefaces has helped us to give personality and character to our words. Today we are lucky to have a large selection of fonts which also makes it difficult to choose the one that fits your content.


Type at the heart

Type is at the heart of our designs. We are passionate about well crafted and designed letters. Typefaces express a mood, an atmosphere, give words colouring.

“A font is an idea, a smell, a song, a memory, a personality, a warning, a taste, a seduction… When we read, we generally look past the type to focus on the experience it describes, unaware of the assumptions that we make that alter those experiences.”


There is more power in typography that we think. It has an impact on everydays live of people. By created type based designs, we are sharing stories in a certain atmosphere. The combination became a prime weapon for how to communicate a message.

We believe in the power of words and typeface to connect one another. In an extremely digitalized world, we feel the need to bring people together.


Typefaces used for this website



Bodoni is the name given to the serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813) in the late eighteenth century and frequently revived since. Bodoni's typefaces are classified as Didone or modern.

Gill Sans

Gill Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed by Eric Gill and released by the British branch of Monotype from 1928 onwards.