Folch Studio’s brand new Trivial typeface aims to immortalize the written script
Folch Studio, the Barcelona-based design agency which was founded in 2004 by Albert Folch is entering a new typographic adventure with the release of its latest font. “Instinctive, authentic and handwritten” Trivial aims to immortalise the written script. Born through a collaboration for the editorial Qompendium, the digitalised handwritten typography was used to write the headlines of the Evening Standard and distributed throughout London.
Trivial is available only in regular weight and supports additional Latin language in uppercase letters, accented uppercase, numbers, ligatures, punctuations and symbols. The typeface is available for download with optional donation.
Folch’s approach is defined by its engagement with all stages of any given project, from concepts to final form participating actively in art direction and content editing. This diverse approach set the foundations for two new editorial adventures that launched in 2011: Odiseo publication and Eldorado experience.
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