The brief consisted of creating a booklet to explain the typographic classification known as Vox Atypi.
he Vox-ATypi classification makes it possible to classify typefaces into general classes and was devised by Maximilien Vox in 1954. This project will focus on showcasing different typographic composition using each class.
Different typefaces were used that belonged to each of the classes created by Maximilien Vox. The challenge was to create different compositions with different typefaces while still maintaining a bold yet efficient design that explains the use of each class.
The cover of the books uses grid and 3 of the primary colours as it is bold yet fun but still educational and clean.
Each spread will have an explanation of the class of the type as well as its use and history. In addition to that, each spread will have different typographic compositions.
Grids were used as a way to keep the explanatory texts aligned and create a coherence between the pages even though each typeface and composition is different.