Hierax Antiqua

Antonio D’Elisiis – Hierax Antiqua

Hierax Antiqua is a contemporary typeface family composed of 24 styles with text and display cut, suitable for editorial publication and identity projects. The typeface is inspired by an ancient book printed in Venice around 1750, with various punches cut in different periods (1550 – 1780). Hence the aim of the project is to capture the spirit of Renaissance and Baroque types by analysing the works of Nicolas Jenson, Francesco Griffo, Claude Garamont, Pierre Haultin, Robert Granjon, Hendrik van den Keere, Christoffel van Dijck, Nicholas Kis, Simon de Colines, Guillaume Le Bé, Pierre-Simon Fournier le Jeune and Giambattista Bodoni. Hierax Antiqua aims to crystallise this era with an added contemporary feel through rigorous digital design.

Diploma project (2021) by Antonio D’Elisiis

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Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis

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Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
Hierax Antiqua, diploma project by Antonio D'Elisiis
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