A project reflecting my type-oriented approach is my work for Nomas magazine, a travel edition for visually wandering the world.
Among other things, I got to imagine the code system of the featured countries for which I picked National Codes Pi with the aim of highlighting the font’s application both on paper and online.
On the masthead of the magazine, I colored three codes in red, green and blue to hint at both the RGB system and the online continuation of the project.
The magazine’s editors and photographers dive into local life: Art, fashion, food culture, famous and everyday people, everything that makes a place unique in an ever-changing world.
The typography pairs three grotesks: Kern, Roobert and Monument Grotesk. The serif typeface is Reckless, and throughout the magazine and social media, National Codes Pi indicates the countries of origin of stories or contributors.