Helvetica Forever: Story of a Typeface
Designed in 1957, the Helvetica font is an icon of Swiss graphic design, which was a model of sober, functional communication throughout the world in the 1950s and 60s.
The balanced and neutral appearance of Helvetica forgoes a very high degree of expressivity, a quality for which it is both criticized and admired. This polarization has helped to gain it unparalleled notoriety. Helvetica is far and away the most widely used of all typefaces; according to the Berliner Fontshop-Archiv, it tops the list of the hundred best fonts of all time.
This publication retraces Helvetica's fifty-year history, compares it to the well-known sans serif fonts of the twentieth century, and examines the phenomenon of the typefaces unparalleled spread. Numerous illustrations show a multitude of ways the font has been used in five decades from a wide variety of fields from signal design to party flyers.
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