Typographic system
Vimeto – G / R / I / D. Acrylic, 100x70cm. Photo: Rokus Wilmink
Vimeto – G / R / I / D (variable)
Vimeto – R (6/18). Silkscreen, A2, 250mgs
Vimeto – G / R / I / D at Demo Festival, 2019
Vimeto – Y (12/18)
Vimeto Italic – END
Vimeto – G. Photo by Felipe van Laar
Centraal Museum

Vimeto – G. Installation with Felipe van Laar at Centraal Museum for 'Centraal Laat', curated by Whatchamacallit.

Photo by Felipe van Laar
Vimeto – S (6/18)
Photo by Alessa Joseph
Vimeto – P (6/18)
Vimeto – G (variable)
Vimeto – G / R / I / D at Demo Festival, 2019. Photo by Aad Hoogendoorn
Vimeto – B (12/18)

Vimeto is a variable typographic system based on horizontal and vertical bars with the same weight. The base of the characters exist of at least 4 horizontal bars and it can vary until 18. Where normally letters consist of only a few stems or sticks, Vimeto is a typographic research to see what happens with the legibility when more bars are added. With every addition, the amount of black stays the same, but visually the character becomes lighter. The horizontal bars are supported by a vertical one, creating a kind of backbone, which makes the character very solid and stable. Vimeto prints are available in the shop.