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I stumbled across the portfolio website of designer Abi Huynh (pronounced A-bee) today via But Does It Float. Love the process and poster photos of his typeface Arietta.

“Arietta is my first serious text face, it is intended for short subject and non-fiction books, the family consists of a transitional roman with multiple text italics that provide modulating degrees of stylistic contrast from the roman.

Photos from Abiabiabi.

More of Abi’s work and contact information at his website.

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  1. Posted September 3, 2009 at 12:40 am | Permalink

    what the hell??
    D:< how come it led me to: when i clicked your name in the comment section on S&F
    it made me all confused and i thought it was a different blog

    anyways it took me forever trying to figure out how to comment here!!
    didn’t know you have to click the title first

    cheers – jeff

  2. John
    Posted September 3, 2009 at 2:02 am | Permalink

    because i think your comment settings only allow comments from people with gmail or openID ( falls under openID) accounts. i had to use my account!

    you should add the regular name & url option!

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