Agency creates ‘sustainable font’

Grey London claims its Ryman Eco font uses 33 percent less ink than other fonts do, which will create huge ink savings over time.

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Ryman Eco, which Grey says was developed at the same time as Suvir Mirchandani’s idea, began as an internal project. Grey brought the idea to Ryman, the U.K.’s biggest stationer, and worked with Monotype’s Dan Rhatigan to develop the font. Grey hopes to make Ryman Eco the default printer typeface across its global network.

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