Sandrine Nugue, Paris
Centre national des arts plastiques
Infini was commissioned by Centre national des arts plastiques to be downloaded freely by the public. It is more than a typeface; it is a pedagogical project that tells the story of the Latin writing system from its beginnings to the present. This is why Infini finds its foundation in a Greek model popular between the third and first centuries B.C. The distinct chiseled marks of stne carving are prevalent in display sizes while being legible and having a dark color in text. The family is composed of a roman with ligatures, an italic, and a bold with twenty-six pictograms.