Budapest Magazine

Budapest Magazine is a fictive publication for and about the people living in the capital of Hungary. It is designed with the typographic and illustrative freedom characteristic of the genre. The typefaces used include FB Agency, Fedra Serif, and Miklós Tótfalusi's oldstyle serif, the most significant achievement of Hungarian type design.

2012

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