Fresh from the field

Fresh from the Field — Pure Pākati

This week’s Fresh from the Field celebrates the Pure Pākati typeface designed by Phil Kelly, Rangi Kipa, Karl Wixon and Kris Sowersby. Designed exclusively for use by Tourism New Zealand who were looking to move their “100% Pure” campaign away from several years of Middle Earth, this shift included an overhaul of their typeface and visual language.

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