Panos Vassiliou, Athens, Greece
PF Marlet is a set of typographic elements based on a minimal and simplistic approach to elegance. Inspiration came from the Roaring Twenties and Thirties, decades that embraced women’s independence both socially and politically. Taking intricate hints from the era while maintaining approachability, this humanist typeface evolved with modulated strokes that express the modernity of the current fashion industry, breaking away from the monotone sans serif. With contrast progressing from low (Text) through medium (Display) to high (Finesse), with differentiated letter widths (Titling), extravagant letterforms (Swash), and many eclectic patterns (Motifs), Marlet is a comprehensive type system in various weights that support Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic.