There are few design studios who’s work can touch the sheer scale and boundless creativity of M/M (Paris). Founded in 1992 by Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag, they’ve continuously pushed the boundaries of creativity, not settling for any trends, and who look at the written word as a playground for innovation.
Their newest book, Letters from M/M (Paris), is a comprehensive study of the studios typefaces, cataloguing ninety typefaces in three volumes, showcasing their development, specimens, and project illustrations. Written by Paul McNeil, a typography expert, and with a foreword by Björk, this encyclopedic publication explores the role of type in M/M’s work across art, fashion, music, and theater. If you need some inspiration this book is sure to spark something in your mind.