As TypeTogether’s Gerard Unger Scholarship winner in 2021, Nina Faulhaber’s Aeroplan typeface proves that vision and skill go hand in hand with testing and patience. What began as wonky text inspiration from a book over 100 years old has been modernised with sturdy shapes, sharp turns, and digital precision worthy of book covers, long narratives, and edgy content.
Into our current world filled with screens and bland sans serifs, Aeroplan brings the best lessons from metal type and a healthy does of personality. Add to this the sheer presence and singular voice of its italic, the extra arrows and geometric shapes, and the contextual alternates, and Aeroplan becomes the best friend of your text.
It’s time to write your own story with a typeface that is the serif equivalent of optical poetry. Meet Aeroplan.