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The Type Directors Club has announced the winners from 41 countries in its TDC70 Competition.

 

Leading the way with five TDC70 Certificates of Typographic Excellence is The New York Times Magazine New York with five, as follows:
“The Halloween Issue” for The New York Times for Kids in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Editorial / Catalog / Magazine – Single
“The New York Times for Kids Covers” for The New York Times for Kids in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Book / Magazine Cover – Series
“The Puberty Issue” for The New York Times for Kids in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Editorial / Catalog / Magazine – Single
“The Hip Hop Issue” for The New York Times Magazine in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Editorial / Catalog / Magazine – Single
“The Lives They Lived” for The New York Times Magazine in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Editorial / Catalog / Magazine – Single

Entrants with three TDC70 Certificate wins each are:

Apple Design Team Cupertino
“SF Armenian” in Type Design, Multiple Axis Type Family (ie weight + width)
“SF Georgian” in Type Design, Multiple Axis Type Family (ie weight + width)
“SF Hebrew” in Type Design, Multiple Axis Type Family (ie weight + width)

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“Tyrol University College of Teacher Education” for ARSP Architekten in Communication Design, Environmental Design – Signage / Wayfinding – Series
“Baden-Württemberg Music Centre signage system” for Blasmusikverband Baden-Württemberg in Communication Design, Environmental Design – Signage / Wayfinding – Series
“Non Nobis Vol 2” for Werner Sobek in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Book – Series

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Foreign Policy Design Group Singapore
“The Swap Show Edition 2” for The Swap Show in Communication Design, Motion – Animated Posters – Series
“The Swap Show Edition 2” for The Swap Show in Communication Design, Print – Posters – Series
“Design Diplomacy: On the Road” in Communication Design, Motion – Credits or Titles

G Design Studio Athens
“Art Athina” for PSAT in Communications Design, Publication / Editorial – Editorial / Catalog / Magazine – Single
“Art Athina” for PSAT in Communication Design, Publication / Editorial – Book – Single
“Monument” in Communication Design, Print or Digital – Logotype / Monogram – Single

Landor Paris
“MYOM fluid identity” for MYOM in Communication Design, Motion – Animated Posters – Series, Print or Digital – Logotype / Monogram – Single
“MYOM fluid identity” for MYOM in Communication Design, Print or Digital – Logotype / Monogram – Single
“MYOM fluid identity” for MYOM in Communication Design, Print – Posters – Series

Milk Network Jeddah
“Cultural Talents Tournament” for Ministry of Culture in Communication Design, Print or Digital – Logotype / Monogram – Single
“Cultural Talents Tournament” for Ministry of Culture in Communication Design, Print or Digital – Brand Identity System
“Cultural Talents Tournament” for Ministry of Culture in Communication Design, Print – Posters – Series

Pentagram New York
“Deus Mini” for Deus in Communication Design, Other
“Folger Shakespeare Library signage” for Folger Shakespeare Library in Communication Design, Environmental Design – Signage / Wayfinding – Series
“Raindogs” for Sid Gentle Films in Communication Design, Motion – Credits or Titles

This year’s global jury awarded a total of 203 TDC70 certificates to entrants in 41 countries in three disciplines: Communication Design, Lettering, and Type Design. A showcase of all TDC70 Certificate winners can be viewed here.

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TDC70 Best of Discipline and Judges’ Choice recipients will be announced on May 14 during The One Club for Creativity’s Creative Week 2024 in New York. That’s also the date for a special TDC70 Exhibition of winning work, from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm at Location05, 450 West 31st St, 7th floor.

All TDC70 winners receive a Certificate of Typographic Excellence and digital seal certifying their work is among the world’s best of the year. Winning work will also be featured in the highly respected TDC Annual, The World’s Best Typography®, and showcased in eight exhibitions that travel to museums, schools and design organizations around the world.

Across its three juries, TDC70 had native experts for writing systems spanning Arabic, Cyrillic, Indic, CJK, Thai, and select African scripts. The addition of these and other judges in recent years is a reflection of TDC’s commitment to have a greater number of the most appropriate experts judging designs for which they have a deep knowledge.

This year’s TDC70 competition committee was co-chaired by Eric Q. Liu, typographer, editor, podcaster and writer with The Type in Tokyo, and Trisha Tan, VP Experience Design Lead, Chase Travel, JP Morgan Chase, New York.

Branding for this year’s competition was created by Wolff Olins, with fonts generously donated by Neubau, based in Berlin.



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