This publication is dedicated to type and it’s design framework. It is a manifesto which proposes several different articles, each presented through a original display typeface.
The work is a direct response to authorities and powers which attempt to dictate what type/design ought to be. It parodies the words of Dieter Rams and David Carson, poking fun at the hegemony. The manifesto seeks to dissect the established bias of a industry saturated with white men and unravel the natural aporia of type design.
Manifesto Grotesk is a dogmatic approach to type design, it’s fundamentally goal is to unveil the concealed. As a result the typefaces are unorthodox, abrasive and avant garde, the type endeavors to up heave assumptions about what is, and what is not good type.