New Typeface Based on Aerial Maps of the Earth

New Typeface Based on Aerial Maps of the Earth

Aerial Bold homes in on unsuspecting designers, hoping to get them interested in geography

Rachel Pincus
  • 14 november 2014

With the abundance of satellite imagery available on the internet, it can be difficult to make sense of it all. Some viewers may see faces in the clouds, or they may wax poetic about how small we all are in the grand scheme of things, but Benedikt Gross and Joey Lee found something far more functional: letters, and perhaps a workable typeface.

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