“Stravinsky was a fun story. Originally the typeface was part of a visual identity for an electronic music composer called Stravinsky Disaster — an experimental project fusing classical music with modern electronic beats. The idea of the typeface reinforces this idea by fusing the 18th-century Didot vertical contrast and its squarish counters with the contemporary sans-serif Grotesk form.”
Ilya Naumoff is an art director and type designer based in Paris. While mostly focusing on typography-related projects and type design, he also uses a broader range of disciplines and expressions, from pure graphic design to motion and 3D.