30 April 2015

Vintage Apple Fonts Show The Brand Has Always Been Serious About Typography

In a recent piece for Macworld, writer Christopher Phin explores the vintage corporate fonts used by Apple.

Looking at Apple's use of Garamond, Myriad and the lesser known Motter Tektura, he reveals how Apple fonts have always been as classy as its products.

An interesting fact is how the bite out of the Apple logo was designed to fit around the lower-case ‘A’ of the Motter Tektura font.

You can read more at this website.

[via Macworld]