Pagan and Sharp

One of the newest and most interesting typographic duos that has emerged lately, Pagan and Sharp—run by Carlos Pagan and Lucas Sharp—has released a new typeface called Sharp Sans. Based on the wonderfully simple vision of geometric styling, and a touch of humanism type theory, Sharp Sans does well in so many modern treatment situations that call for a bit of fun.

Along with Sharp Sans, they have produced Malleable Grotesque and the beautiful serif face, Hera Big. Pagan & Sharp are the creatives behind such notable work as the the latest Print 20 under 30 branding, Pinterest Logo, and recent New York Lottery campaign (Carlos’ work at DDB). With such lovely projects, they are well on their way to making a big splash in the typeface design world. Keep up with their latest news by following their twitter and keep an eye out for hopefully many more typefaces to come!

Pagan and Sharp typefaces are available at Myfonts.com

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Love the design for “The Shipwrecked Vowel”!!!
Great site!

Bea Benjamin |

Found design USA |

Sharp Sans hasn’t yet been released, just announced. It looks to be a substantial piece of work, but that ‘R’ just doesn’t work for me, in italic or roman. In the attempt to do something fresh they went too far.

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