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'Magazine B' Explores the History of Helvetica

Since its release in 1957, Helvetica has become one of the world’s most ubiquitous typefaces, and a

Since its release in 1957, Helvetica has become one of the world’s most ubiquitous typefaces, and a pillar of typography and design in the 20th century and beyond. Fascination with the font is so widespread that there was even a feature-length documentary film about it, aptly titled Helvetica, released in 2007. Now Seoul-based publication Magazine B has put forth their own report on the iconic font, as well as an accompanying short film that includes industry experts musings on the font’s iconic status. Enjoy the film above, and be sure to look for the current issue of Magazine B on newsstands now.

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