Ceremony is an unprecedented typeface designed by Studio Joost Grootens, which derives from their information design practice. Including an extended Latin character set, Ceremony is fundamentally an impressive and exciting labels and icons typeface family.
Based in Amsterdam, Joost Grootens is well-known for his innovative approach to atlases—a field for which he regularly set new milestones in compelling books, including Metropolitan World Atlas published in 2005, Atlas of the Conflict published in 2010, and Atlas of the Functional City in 2015, to name just a few. To meet the specific requirements of his map and index designs, with his studio, Grootens developed a library of icons that, over a six-year period, was continuously added to and refined. The resulting typeface is an outstanding tool that defines a new standard for typography in information design.
The Ceremony family includes seventy-seven different styles, presenting positive and negative geometric shapes. Each style encapsulates one hundred and seventy-eight pictograms, in addition to a complete Latin character set. This useful and cheerful typeface will certainly enhance graphic representations of any project.More about the typeface >