Jean-Baptiste Levée is a French type designer who commures between Paris and Montreal. He designs custom and other typefaces. Behance link. Old URL. His portfolio:
Vuitton Persona (2007): a family made under the supervision of Porchez for Vuitton's bags.
Wallpaper corporate typeface (2008): Under the art direction of Meirion Pritchard and Christian Schwartz, this 2-style sans was developed for the architectural magazine Wallpaper. It is a self-confessed blend of Meta and Amplitude.
Le Monde Courrier PTF (2008): an extension and OpenType completion of the glyph tables of Porchez's LeMonde Courrier.
Panorama (2004-2008): an elegant full-fledged sans family from hairline to extended bold.
Henderson Serif & Sans (2006): This is a Baskerville family conceived by J.-F. Porchez, but extended and perfected by Levée. The Sans is in the style of Arial with large x-height. The Typofonderie page does not mention Levée.
Retiro (2007): Done with J.-F. Porchez for Madriz Magazine. This is a didone family with juicy and classy alternates. Will be available to the public in 2015.
Pimkie (2006): a playful feminine display face.
Seenk Serif and Seenk Sans: a text family done with Christophe Badani in 2005.
Expert (2009): a unicase face done for magazine, ca. 2009.
Acier BAT (2009-2010, BAT Foundry): an extensive family that builds on Cassandre's 1930 font by the same name.