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Triumph - Playtype

PLAYTYPEPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com1All Fonts are in this format: OpentypeTriumphDesign: Henrik KubelPublished: 20105 STYLEs1 FAMILYFAMILyTRIUMPHPlaytype is an online type foundry and conceptstore, created as a place to play, a home forexperimentation and a showcase of our craft.Version no. 1.001/2010TRIUMPH FAMILY


PLAYTYPETriumphPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com2Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: OpentypeTriumph FamilyTriumph LightTriumph RegularTriumph MediumTriumph SemiBoldTriumph Bold


PLAYTYPETriumph LightPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com4Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: Opentype24/25 The warmleather embraceof the cab creaksominously to therhythm of thestreet. I rest myhead on the coolglass.18/19 The harsh curves ofthe neon city explodingon my closed eyelids asthe combination of Xanaxand jet-lag slowly deadensmy limbs. “Rest” I mouth.Then oblivion.16/17 I ask her her name,straining to hear above theslow drone coming from thePA. She grabs my arm andinscribes »Melissa« on it inneat, tightly-spaced cursive,punctuating the i with..14/15 The tattoo guns passesaround the table- A kid etchesout ‘MOMS’ in blue biro ink laughinghysterically as the machinepurrs across his forearm. I cansee Melissa through the opendoor to the bathroom, perchedon the toilet, a pair of boys briefsaround her ankles, absentmindedlysmoking a cigarette andblowing smoke rings; O followedby Q followed by O.12/13 More days in daze. More scripts,more novels. More pages and clammybusiness cards passed of in moisthandshakes. More Melissa. More pointlessshopping sprees and more peopleto please. More dusty blond boys andspeedos. I flick myaviators down andread the streetsigns.10/12 I keep on crackingjokes, right?Because I’m funny.I want to be funny.Only each time thepunch-line falls flat.My delivery is off. Ikeep glancing betweenthe menu andthe fois gras printedout in rounded serifsand the waiter laughingpolitely, anxiously.I settle on the ducksince it strikes me asfunny somehow. Shepicks her teeth andnods.8/10 The ‘clack’ of the cabdoor snaps me back and Inervously glance up at thedepartures sign. Numeralsslither rapidly as I scan theboard. SK402 to Copenhagen.Exhausted i pushthrough security – belt,shoes, watch, laptop andslump down at the nearestbar. I slip out my credit14/17 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcde fghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890 This is dummy text. it is intended to be readbut have no apparentmeaning. as a simulationof actual copy, usingordinary words with normalletter frequencies,it cannot deceive eye orbrain.6/8 But can words ever be said to have no meaning? Andif the words have no meaning cannot the medium of it’sdelivery be said to be equally meaningless. This is the existentialistparadox of the typographer; can type ever beseparate from meaning? Words separate from medium?9/11 Smart as a whip: the typographer,but never smarter than his script.»the philosophy of type«Playtype is an online type foundry and conceptstore, created as a place to play, a home forexperimentation and a showcase of our craft.


PLAYTYPETriumph RegularPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com5Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: Opentype24/25 The warmleather embraceof the cab creaksominously to therhythm of thestreet. I rest myhead on the coolglass.18/19 The harsh curves ofthe neon city exploding onmy closed eyelids as thecombination of Xanax andjet-lag slowly deadens mylimbs. “Rest” I mouth.Then oblivion.16/17 I ask her her name,straining to hear above theslow drone coming from thePA. She grabs my arm andinscribes »Melissa« on it inneat, tightly-spaced cursive,punctuating the i with..14/15 The tattoo guns passesaround the table- A kid etchesout ‘MOMS’ in blue biro ink laughinghysterically as the machinepurrs across his forearm. I cansee Melissa through the opendoor to the bathroom, perchedon the toilet, a pair of boys briefsaround her ankles, absentmindedlysmoking a cigarette andblowing smoke rings; O followedby Q followed by O.12/13 More days in daze. More scripts,more novels. More pages and clammybusiness cards passed of in moisthandshakes. More Melissa. More pointlessshopping sprees and more peopleto please. More dusty blond boys andspeedos. I flick my aviators down andread the street signs.10/12 I keep oncracking jokes, right?Because I’m funny.I want to be funny.Only each time thepunch-line falls flat.My delivery is off. Ikeep glancing betweenthe menu andthe fois gras printedout in rounded serifsand the waiter laughingpolitely, anxiously.I settle on the ducksince it strikes me asfunny somehow. Shepicks her teeth andnods.8/10 The ‘clack’ of the cabdoor snaps me back and Inervously glance up at thedepartures sign. Numeralsslither rapidly as I scan theboard. SK402 to Copenhagen.Exhausted i pushthrough security – belt,shoes, watch, laptop andslump down at the nearestbar. I slip out my creditcard, leaving it on the barand pick at the polaroidwith Melissa´s number onthe back. 8 digits, XXX andMelissa with a heart dotingthe i.14/17 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890 This is dummy text. it is intended to be readbut have no apparentmeaning. as a simulationof actual copy, using ordinarywords with normalletter frequencies,it cannot deceive eye orbrain.6/8 But can words ever be said to have no meaning? Andif the words have no meaning cannot the medium of it’sdelivery be said to be equally meaningless. This is the existentialistparadox of the typographer; can type ever beseparate from meaning? Words separate from medium?9/11 Smart as a whip: the typographer,but never smarter than his script.»the philosophy of type«Playtype is an online type foundry and conceptstore, created as a place to play, a home forexperimentation and a showcase of our craft.


PLAYTYPETriumph MediumPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com6Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: Opentype24/25 The warmleather embraceof the cab creaksominously to therhythm of thestreet. I rest myhead on the coolglass.18/19 The harsh curves ofthe neon city explodingon my closed eyelids asthe combination of Xanaxand jet-lag slowly deadensmy limbs. “Rest” Imouth. Then oblivion.16/17 I ask her her name,straining to hear above theslow drone coming from thePA. She grabs my arm andinscribes »Melissa« on it inneat, tightly-spaced cursive,punctuating the i with..14/15 The tattoo guns passesaround the table- A kid etchesout ‘MOMS’ in blue biro ink laughinghysterically as the machinepurrs across his forearm. I cansee Melissa through the opendoor to the bathroom, perchedon the toilet, a pair of boys briefsaround her ankles, absentmindedlysmoking a cigarette andblowing smoke rings; O followedby Q followed by O.12/13 More days in daze. More scripts,more novels. More pages and clammybusiness cards passed of in moisthandshakes. More Melissa. More pointlessshopping sprees and more peopleto please. More dusty blond boys andspeedos. I flick my aviators down andread the street signs.10/12 I keep oncracking jokes, right?Because I’m funny.I want to be funny.Only each time thepunch-line falls flat.My delivery is off. Ikeep glancing betweenthe menu andthe fois gras printedout in rounded serifsand the waiter laughingpolitely, anxiously.I settle on the ducksince it strikes me asfunny somehow. Shepicks her teeth andnods.8/10 The ‘clack’ of the cabdoor snaps me back and Inervously glance up at thedepartures sign. Numeralsslither rapidly as I scan theboard. SK402 to Copenhagen.Exhausted i pushthrough security – belt,shoes, watch, laptop andslump down at the nearestbar. I slip out my creditcard, leaving it on the barand pick at the polaroidwith Melissa´s number onthe back. 8 digits, XXX andMelissa with a heart dotingthe i.14/17 abcdefghjklmnopqrstuvwxyz abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890 This is dummy text.it is intended to be readbut have no apparentmeaning. as a simulationof actual copy, usingordinary words withnormal letter frequencies,it cannot deceiveeye or brain.6/8 But can words ever be said to have no meaning? Andif the words have no meaning cannot the medium of it’sdelivery be said to be equally meaningless. This is the existentialistparadox of the typographer; can type ever beseparate from meaning? Words separate from medium?9/11 Smart as a whip: the typographer,but never smarter than his script.»the philosophy of type«Playtype is an online type foundry and conceptstore, created as a place to play, a homefor experimentation and a showcase of ourcraft.


PLAYTYPETriumph SemiBoldPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com7Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: Opentype24/25 The warmleather embraceof the cab creaksominously to therhythm of thestreet. I rest myhead on the coolglass.18/19 The harsh curves ofthe neon city exploding onmy closed eyelids as thecombination of Xanax andjet-lag slowly deadens mylimbs. “Rest” I mouth.Then oblivion.16/17 I ask her her name,straining to hear above theslow drone coming from thePA. She grabs my arm andinscribes »Melissa« on it inneat, tightly-spaced cursive,punctuating the i with..14/15 The tattoo guns passesaround the table- A kid etchesout ‘MOMS’ in blue biro ink laughinghysterically as the machinepurrs across his forearm. I cansee Melissa through the opendoor to the bathroom, perchedon the toilet, a pair of boys briefsaround her ankles, absentmindedlysmoking a cigarette andblowing smoke rings; O followedby Q followed by O.12/13 More days in daze. More scripts,more novels. More pages and clammybusiness cards passed of in moisthandshakes. More Melissa. More pointlessshopping sprees and more peopleto please. More dusty blond boys andspeedos. I flick my aviators down andread the street signs.10/12 I keep oncracking jokes, right?Because I’m funny.I want to be funny.Only each time thepunch-line falls flat.My delivery is off. Ikeep glancing betweenthe menu andthe fois gras printedout in rounded serifsand the waiter laughingpolitely, anxiously.I settle on the ducksince it strikes me asfunny somehow. Shepicks her teeth andnods.8/10 The ‘clack’ of the cabdoor snaps me back and Inervously glance up at thedepartures sign. Numeralsslither rapidly as I scan theboard. SK402 to Copenhagen.Exhausted i pushthrough security – belt,shoes, watch, laptop andslump down at the nearestbar. I slip out my creditcard, leaving it on the barand pick at the polaroidwith Melissa´s number onthe back. 8 digits, XXX andMelissa with a heart dotingthe i.14/17 abcdefghjklmnopqrstuvwxyz abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890 This is dummy text.it is intended to be readbut have no apparentmeaning. as a simulationof actual copy, usingordinary words withnormal letter frequencies,it cannot deceiveeye or brain.6/8 But can words ever be said to have no meaning? Andif the words have no meaning cannot the medium of it’sdelivery be said to be equally meaningless. This is the existentialistparadox of the typographer; can type ever beseparate from meaning? Words separate from medium?9/11 Smart as a whip: the typographer,but never smarter than his script.»the philosophy of type«Playtype is an online type foundry and conceptstore, created as a place to play, a homefor experimentation and a showcase of ourcraft.


PLAYTYPETriumph BoldPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com8Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: Opentype24/25 The warmleather embraceof the cab creaksominously to therhythm of thestreet. I rest myhead on the coolglass.18/19 The harsh curves ofthe neon city explodingon my closed eyelids asthe combination of Xanaxand jet-lag slowly deadensmy limbs. “Rest” Imouth. Then oblivion.16/17 I ask her her name,straining to hear above theslow drone coming from thePA. She grabs my arm andinscribes »Melissa« on it inneat, tightly-spaced cursive,punctuating the i with..14/15 The tattoo guns passesaround the table- A kid etchesout ‘MOMS’ in blue biro inklaughing hysterically as the machinepurrs across his forearm. Ican see Melissa through the opendoor to the bathroom, perchedon the toilet, a pair of boys briefsaround her ankles, absentmindedlysmoking a cigarette andblowing smoke rings; O followedby Q followed by O.12/13 More days in daze. More scripts,more novels. More pages and clammybusiness cards passed of in moisthandshakes. More Melissa. More pointlessshopping sprees and more peopleto please. More dusty blond boys andspeedos. I flick my aviators down andread the street signs.10/12 I keep oncracking jokes, right?Because I’m funny.I want to be funny.Only each time thepunch-line falls flat.My delivery is off. Ikeep glancing betweenthe menu andthe fois gras printedout in rounded serifsand the waiter laughingpolitely, anxiously.I settle on the ducksince it strikes me asfunny somehow. Shepicks her teeth andnods.8/10 The ‘clack’ of the cabdoor snaps me back and Inervously glance up at thedepartures sign. Numeralsslither rapidly as I scan theboard. SK402 to Copenhagen.Exhausted i pushthrough security – belt,shoes, watch, laptop andslump down at the nearestbar. I slip out my creditcard, leaving it on the barand pick at the polaroidwith Melissa´s number onthe back. 8 digits, XXX andMelissa with a heart dotingthe i.14/17 abcdefghjklmnopqrstuvwxyz abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890 This is dummy text.it is intended to be readbut have no apparentmeaning. as a simulationof actual copy, usingordinary words withnormal letter frequencies,it cannot deceiveeye or brain.6/8 But can words ever be said to have no meaning? Andif the words have no meaning cannot the medium of it’sdelivery be said to be equally meaningless. This is the existentialistparadox of the typographer; can type ever beseparate from meaning? Words separate from medium?9/11 Smart as a whip: the typographer,but never smarter than hisscript. »the philosophy of type«Playtype is an online type foundry and conceptstore, created as a place to play, a homefor experimentation and a showcase of ourcraft.


PLAYTYPETriumphPlaytype | Vesterbrogade 80 B | 1620 Copenhagen V | Denmarkhttp://www.playtype.com11Design: Henrik Kubel | Published: 2010 All Fonts are in this format: OpentypeThe Bigplay

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