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Just a fun one I did last night while watching tennis and reading the latest DWR catalog (see page 72). This is a pattern Fontstruction based entirely on the Anni Albers textile pattern of the same name.

"Anni Albers began a three decades long collaboration with the internationally recognized design company Knoll in 1951. During the course of this partnership, Knoll released five of Anni's designs: Track, Rail, Lattice, Jhet and Eclat. Originally designed in 1974 as an upholstery pattern, Anni Albers' Eclat, was first produced printed on a cotton/ linen ground in various scales and color combinations. Reintroduction into the market as part of Knoll's 60th anniversary archival collection celebration in June 2007, Eclat, renamed Eclat Weave, is now produced as a woven, rather than printed, upholstery."

- text taken from The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation website.

See also: Knoll and Design Within Reach
Info: Created on 8th September 2008 . Last edited on 22nd June 2009.
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6 Comments

Comment by afrojet 8th September 2008
Comment by afrojet 8th September 2008
This is a language all unto its own. Interesting. Cool links too.
Comment by thalamic 8th September 2008
So nice!
hello afrojet.
I'm working at publisher in JAPAN.
I would like to introduce your font in my book.
but your licence is "NONCOMMERCIAL".

I'll tell you details about the book,
Could you send e-mail to me?
mm_ogn@yahoo.co.jp
i look forward to hearing from you soon.
thanks.
Comment by ognfmak 30th September 2008
Thanks for the praise ognfmak. I'm flattered that you would think to include this fontstruction in your book. However, I feel I need to politely decline the offer. Eclat Weave is a tribute to Annie Albers and her wonderful textile design and although I have in no way done her design much justice here, the idea - the pattern - is essentially hers. For this reason I feel it would be inappropriate for it to be used in any commercial setting. I hope you understand and good luck with the book.
Comment by afrojet 30th September 2008
As if I didn't respect you enough already. That was an honorable and respectful gesture, sir afrojet.
Comment by geneus1 11th October 2008

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