Paris-based graphic design studio Les Graphiquants has a very firm grip on typography. Made up of Romain Rachlin, Maxime Tétard, Cyril Taieb et François Dubois, the studio have created a whole series of flashy typefaces with equally flashy names from Athens and Berlin to Sofia, making graphic lines, bold curves and often monochromatic colour palettes their namesake. You can see a detailed breakdown of each typeface in their portfolio, where you can also view them implemented across identities from clients from the Pompidou Centre, Christian Dior and several biennales; a high-end list, no? They describe their practice as “abstract, poetic, and demanding” and “a fancy taken seriously… backed by a rigorous working methodology," which sounds pretty accurate to me. Revel below.