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Aurora

Aurora: a revival, renewal, and upheaval of a lost typeface

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Created under the guidance of Marcel Saidov at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Aurora reconstructs letter shapes found in André Gürtler’s typographische monatsblätter and adds simple, informal elegance.

Created under the guidance of Marcel Saidov at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Aurora reconstructs letter shapes found in André Gürtler’s typographische monatsblätter and adds simple, informal elegance.

Created under the guidance of Marcel Saidov at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Aurora reconstructs letter shapes found in André Gürtler’s typographische monatsblätter and adds simple, informal elegance.

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Aurora is based on the relationship between light and aperture. The intention behind the typeface is not to be unequivocally legible, but instead to reconcile two opposing design approaches: a minimalistic system involving few key components, and accurate scalability.

Aurora is based on the relationship between light and aperture. The intention behind the typeface is not to be unequivocally legible, but instead to reconcile two opposing design approaches: a minimalistic system involving few key components, and accurate scalability.

Aurora is based on the relationship between light and aperture. The intention behind the typeface is not to be unequivocally legible, but instead to reconcile two opposing design approaches: a minimalistic system involving few key components, and accurate scalability.

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