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Nautilus Typeface Family

12.29.2019


Nautilus is a typeface family specialized in typography detailing. Standard ligatures and historical forms are abstracted from 18th-century encyclopedia books. This typeface is a combination of humanist upstraight italic letterforms and contemporary Egyptienne approach.

The Nautilus Family includes six weights along with italics, fully supported with OpenType Feature. It also supports exotic Latin scripts such as German, Dutch, Icelandic.

The italics are paired with swashes capitals for display usages, providing another option for potentially more complex typographic hierarchy. They can also change the tone of the typeface in specific scenarios.



Printed by:
Newspaperclub, NYC

Special Thanks to:
Greg Lindy





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Nautilus Roman Thin:




Nautilus Roman Light:




Nautilus Roman Regular:




Nautilus Roman Medium:




Nautilus Roman Black:




Nautilus Italic Light:




Nautilus Italic Medium:




Nautilus Italic Bold:






Newsprint Specimen:



Double–Sided Tote Bags & Mix:



Catalog:



Awards:

Feb.2020

Certificate of Typographic Excellence
for Communication Design
Type Directors Club (TDC), New York

Nov.2019

Leah Hoffmitz Milken (LHM) Scholarship
for Letterform Design
The Hoffmitz Milken Center
for Typography (HMCT),
ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena

May.2019

Typography Excellence for Poster Design
The Hoffmitz Milken Center
for Typography (HMCT),
ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena

May.2018

Financial Aid for Scholarship review
Graduate Graphic Design Department,
ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena

Shin G.
Is a type designer recently completing a master’s Graphic Design program at ArtCenter College of Design. In addition to designing typefaces, I do enjoy variable things in my life. I enjoy reading, writing, calligraphy, cooking, leather goods and vintage fashion. These habits help me with aesthetical and logical senses outside the world of letterforms. Working on typefaces makes designers’ thoughts organized and rational, but will not blind our vision. I have always been on adventures exploring challenging typography tasks, like interactive typography and multilingual typeface design. I am looking forward to a larger stage for my typefaces and my research and meeting insightful people from all industries.




Contact:


designedbyshing@gmail.com

626–297–6430






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