Hobbes by Stephen Kelleher.

"By placing themselves at the intersection of design and emerging technologies, Hobbes combines animation with code to create client focused solutions, in effect becoming the bridge between these disciplines. 

This bridge metaphor became the basis for their 'H' logo and the starting point for their visual identity."



Syndicat Grotesque by edition.studio.

"A contemporary sans serif inspired by New York’s hodgepodge visual culture. The streets of the city’s boroughs are a constant clash of colour, typography and language from all over the world, and the typeface’s four weights represent just that. The letterforms are designed to feel like they’ve been pulled from multiple grotesques to work together as one cohesive typeface."
(via The Brand Identity)