Happy Helvetica Day

Christmas is merry, Chanukah is happy, Kwanzaa is glorious, but Helvetica is heavenly. To honor Max Miedinger, the “father” of Helvetica, we think December 24th should be called Helvetica Day. To celebrate, we’ve made him and his creation the focus of this year’s festive card – and added a few tasteful swashes to this most famous of fonts. We hope the response to this sacrilege isn’t unprintable…

Credits

LETTERPRESS PRINTER: Jon Selikoff, Vote For Letterpress