Blackletter typefaces lead a hybrid existance. In part they currently see a huge revival, in part they are still widely dismissed as Nazi fonts (especially in central Europe). And then there's a whole lot of subcultural scenes that have incorporated them deeply into their identity such as Black Metal. In this zine I approached the use of blackletter typefaces in the history

of pop music and informed about their actual potential as a beautiful form of typography to get it out of it's nicheness.

Xerox Zine
148 x 210 mm
2016