Jochen Hasinger (b. 1964, München) lives in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. From 1992 until 1994, he studied typography with Wolfgang Weingart and André Guertler at the Schule für Gestaltung in Basel, and studied in Stuttgart before that, rom 1985-1988. He became art director at various ad agencies in Frankfurt and Hamburg. He founded Typeimage in 2003. Klingspor link.
Typefaces designed by Jochen Hasinger:
- Covent BT (2003, a display sans family, Bitstream). Covent Nano (2006, a narrow version of Covent).
- TIPS (2004, Linotype). This family consists of six logo and image fonts: BComTIPS, ThisWayTIPS, TravelTIPS, ActiveTIPS, AstroTIPS, CountTIPS. Linotype page where TIPS is discussed: Tips (which stands for Type-Image-Piktogramm-Schrift in German, or type-image-pictogram-font in English) contains six different fonts of pictograms and stylized icons. Tips Active is a font filled with characters reminiscent of Otl Aicher's sports pictograms from the 1972 Olympic Games. Tips Astro contains astrological signs. Tips Bcom depicts icons for use in business communication or web page design. Tips Count is a font featuring numbers inside of various circles. Tips This Way and Tips Travel are both collections of pictograms for use in navigation and other signage systems.
- Sabin (2006).
- Architextura (2001).
- Botta (1989, modern).
- DryGin (1979, headline face).
Klingspor Museum page
Commercial fonts (small outfits) ⦿
German type scene ⦿
Dingbats (original) ⦿
Astrological (or Zodiac) fonts ⦿
Type designers ⦿
Type designers ⦿
Mathematics fonts ⦿
Map/Travel dingbats ⦿
Architectural lettering/typefaces ⦿
Blackletter fonts ⦿