Neon. Typeface by Superfried.
Neon is a new experimental, retro display typeface designed by Superfried. Neon features two distinct styles which can be switched via shift. As the name suggests, styling for the typeface started with classic neon signage, but quickly took a new direction of it’s own resulting in a very distinct and versatile display face.

Neon contains 250 glyphs and it is available for purchase at Hype for Type.

Will Clarke
Superfried had developed the established Dj and producer’s previous two identities, but with an ever evolving style he requested a new look. He promised this one would be a keeper!

Existing client, The Birds Nest, briefed Superfried to develop the identity for their free 5 day Deptford music festival, Nestival. August 21-25, 2014, sponsored by Jägermeister.

Comic Sans for Cancer
Curated by Chris Flack, Renee Quigley and Jenny Theolin, Comic Sans for Cancer is an initiative to raise money for Cancer Research, whilst also celebrating the 20th birthday of the typeface designers love to hate.

With over 500 submissions Superfried were very fortunate to make the final 200 selected for exhibition at The Proud Archivist - 20-24 August - and also feature in the rather nice book designed by Dan Bull.