Ray Cruz has received over 30 graphic and type design awards for his work. He is a member of the Type Directors Club, the Society of Typographic Aficionados (SoTA) and the Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI).
Robert Arnow is a self-employed illustrator and graphic designer. He first became interested in art as a graffiti-writer in Brooklyn, which he later followed up with a professional design education at Parsons. Since 1999, he has been self-employed on a wide variety of projects for high-profile clients including Apple, Microsoft, the Washington Post Magazine, Blue Note Records, the Boston Globe and many others. He has also done work for many socially responsible businesses and causes. His fonts are influenced by the urban environment in which he was raised.
Roy Cole typography was formed in 2003 by the British typographer Roy Cole, who studied under Emil Ruder at the Allgemeine Gewerbeschule in Basle, Switzerland, in the early 1960s. Its objective is to develop further the san serif style of typeface. This is done through the release of new fonts which are both distinctive in design and which demonstrate good legibility, allowing them to be used for text composition
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