Cooper Hewitt is a sans-serif typeface designed by Chester Jenkins of Brooklyn-based foundry Village. It was commissioned by Pentagram for their rebranding of the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum. The design was based off the condensed cut of Jenkins’ Galaxie Polaris typeface, but was completely redrawn from scratch. Cooper Hewitt is available in seven weights, all with matching italics.
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