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Golden Meaning: graphic artists depict the golden ratio – in pictures

Adrian Talbot Golden Meaning A golden rectangle is a rectangle for which one side is 1.618 times the size of the other. When a square is cut from it, the remaining chunk is a smaller golden rectangle. Many typefaces have proportions based on the golden ratio, but perhaps none as strictly as this one, which is designed by Adrian Talbot. “Brutal it may be, but beautifully proportioned nonetheless,” he says.

Mute Records identity Mute Records The original Mute Records logo featured a man walking, as seen from above. It was a readymade, it came from a Letraset sheet of architectural symbols. For those of you who aren’t old enough to remember, Letraset made rub-down sheets of letters and symbols, before computers made that kind of thing easy. Design Director: Adrian Talbot

Karben 205 Adrian Talbot Talbot Type A straightforward sans-serif design from Talbot Type, the Karben 205 family is an elegant design hewn in a similar visual vein as the suite of DIN typefaces. It possesses a functional monoline feel, and is well-suited projects that need a dignified workhorse of a typeface. Karben 205’s design also pairs well with its companion design — Karben 105 — as well as with the monospaced variants of both families. Fonts.com