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Knif

Publisher : Self-publishing
Artists

Axel Pelletanche-Thévenart, Building Paris (Benoît Santiard et Guillaume Grall), Émilie Rigaud

Collaborations

Antoine Elsensohn & Cécile Legnaghi, Atelier Brenda, Bureau Borsche, Christophe Gaudard, Clément Gicquel, Dreams Office, Étienne Hervy, HelloMe, Intercouleur, Jad Hussein, Jan Novak, Jean-Philippe Bretin, Olivier Lebrun, Pouya Ahmadi, Roosje Klaap & Pauline Le Pape, Spassky Fischer, Syndicat, Unfun, Victor Fonseca

Country

France

Date

January 2018

Language

French

Printing type

Rotary presses

Number of pages

40

Size

31,5 x 44 cm

Note

20 folded posters not binded

Knif (pronounce [Ka-neef]) is an acute and sharp-as-a-knife monospaced typeface. Its starkness results from an intense design process lead by Axel Pelletanche-Thévenart (FR), Building Paris (Benoît Santiard and Guillaume Grall) (FR), and Émilie Rigaud (FR). The first cut (regular) has been published by A is for… in November 2016, and the second one (italic) in December 2017.

Knif mono journal featuring the international cream of the crop:
Étienne Hervy (FR), Jean-Philippe Bretin (FR), Victor Fonseca (PT), Atelier Brenda (BE), Bureau Borsche (DE), Syndicat (FR), Jad Hussein (FR), Olivier Lebrun (FR), Jan Novak (CZ), Dreams Office (FR), Christophe Gaudard (FR), Roosje Klaap (NL) & Pauline Le Pape (FR), Clément Gicquel (FR), Unfun (DE), Intercouleur (FR), Spassky Fischer (FR), HelloMe (DE),
Antoine Elsensohn & Cécile Legnaghi (FR), and, last but not least, Pouya Ahmadi (IR/US).

Nicely printed by Imprimerie de Champagne (FR) in December 2017 (thanks to Hervé Gironcourt).

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