A sharp, healthy-looking version of F37 Ginger was used as part of Boots’ recent brand refresh.
A fun, ‘random’ and award-winning font based on F37 Ginger for the UK’s leading online greeting card company.
GM Cruise is one of the world’s biggest self-driving car companies in the world. And F37 Ginger was behind the wheel of a major rebrand.
An ace version of F37 Jagger became Dunlop Sans, taking the iconic racket maker back into play.
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We have worked closely with major brands, including PepsiCo, Google, Dunlop, Barclays, Selfridges, and Intercontinental Hotels.
Our elegant F37 Bella font was used extensively across packaging designs for Selfridges Selection.
A new version of F37 Ginger for Pingit, a handy money-management app from Barclays, that’s bang on the money.
Progressive and contemporary, F37 Ginger is the main brand font for OnHub, Google’s next-generation Wi-Fi.
InterContinental Hotels Group
F37 Ginger checked in to Avid Hotels, helping create a distinct visual voice for its worldwide launch.
Online hair and beauty bookings platform Treatwell plumped for a customised version of F37 Ginger.
F37 Bella is used to spruce up covers and feature articles in City of London men’s magazine Square Mile.