P22 Cezanne Font
P22 Cezanne font on The American Boy book cover
Painter Paul Cezanne's handwritten letters (this one is to Claude Monet) were the source for the P22 Cezanne Cezanne Pro fonts
We had to develop the identity and packaging of a line of products for Superfacial, a brand of skin care products. Superfacial's products are 100% organic, highly effective and can be used by both women and men. The brand wants to be conceived as honest, accessible, natural, unisex, premium and almost clinical - Sebastian Castro, Colombia
P22 Cezanne on Product design
Student Spotlight: Superfacial
What's stranger than fiction? How about this movie starring Robert DeNiro as another taxi driver and Paul Dano ("Ruby Sparks") as another would-be writer? Jonathan Flynn is a struggling author whose life gets in the way of getting published. Son Nicholas inherited his gift of prose; he attempts to hone it working at a homeless shelter. Paul Weitz adapts the real Nick Flynn's "Suck City" (truth is stranger than fiction, eh?).
Being Flynn - using P22 Cezanne
The cover of the Association for Computing Machinery’s magazine reads between (or within) the lines of a Turing-themed cover using the handwriting script P22 Cezanne Pro
The Prisoner Wine Label: I love this illustration, particularly the olf fashioned, mysterious evocation by its pen and ink illustration and scripted title (P22 Cezanne font). I believe that liquor has mandatory information that you need to put up front, but portraying it subtly sounds appealing.