Éric de Berranger, French designer (b. 1973) whose early fonts were first published from the 2Rebels foundry in Montreal. Éric de Berranger learned his passion for drawing letters from Jean-François Porchez, his professor of typography. Both talented and prolific, de Berranger has created everything from classic text faces to cutting-edge display designs. de Berranger does visual identity work for companies in France, most notably, the logo and logo font for Renault (2004). In 2006, he created a 6-weight legible sans family for the STIP (Brussels transport society) called Brusseline. In 2007, he created the bold gothic headline face LFP Bold for the Ligue de Football Professionnel, and in 2008, he published the stunning connected script Hermès Scripte used by the fragrance company by that name. Other fonts to his credit include ITC Berranger Hand, Mosquito, Kaola, Maxime, ITC Octane, and ITC Oldbook.
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