This editorial design project uses text from the Vox Classification system. I made this during my semester abroad in New Zealand, so I decided to catalog some of my favorite "kiwi" words or phrases in order to showcase the classifications of typefaces. 
I learned valuable lessons about hierarchy and overarching systematic design as well as advanced technical skills in Indesign.
Next, I created a type specimen, choosing a New Zealand-based type foundry. After researching the typeface, I decided to create a cheque book as the template for this specimen.
Karbon typeface, designed by Klim Type Foundry, is used on a version of the New Zealand banknote that received much criticism from the design community, including the typography designer himself. I enjoyed designing a cheque book that touched upon the history of the typeface in a lighthearted manner.
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