Fonts In Use: GQ Picks Steinweiss Script for their Comedy Issue

July 14, 2011 on 5:34 pm | By | In News, Notes | 3 Comments

I just got a call from my pal Glenn Parsons of Astrolux Design who informed me that my last font release Steinweiss Script was all over the new issue of GQ Magazine. Kudos to their Creative Director Jim Moore for making such a smart choice!* Here’s a collage of a few of the pieces taken from different pages in the current issue. I think these demonstrate nicely some of the versatility of this font, such as the ability to set words on curved paths—and still have all letters connect properly.

You can find links to all the outlets where Steinweiss Script is sold (as well as all my other fonts) on the Alphabet Soup pages of my website. I’m also proud to announce that Steinweiss Script is now being sold from the YouWorkForThem website, my newest font reseller.

*Update – June 7,2012: I stand corrected. The choice to use Steinweiss Script was made by GQ Design Director Fred Woodward. My apologies for not checking on that first. M.

 

Collage of Steinweiss Script Samples in GQ

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  1. Thank you Jason, I made the correction above, in the posting.

    Michael

    Comment by Michael — June 7, 2012 #

  2. Hello MIchael, Thanks for posting this! Just want to clarify the decision to use Steinweiss was actually by the Design Director Fred Woodward.

    Comment by Jason — June 7, 2012 #

  3. Nice tribute to a Great Designer!
    Here is mine on my blog: http://x-factor-e.blogspot.com/2011/07/on-off-record-alex-steinweiss.html

    Comment by José Cruz — August 13, 2011 #

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