A new Paradigm

blank's picture

Nice work on the Paradigm update, Nick! And that’s a sweet new pricing scheme—let us know how it works out.

akma's picture

Beautiful, Nick. It would be great if you explained the pricing scheme on one of the HTML pages, not only in the PDF (if you do, I couldn't find it).

eliason's picture

It would be great if you explained the pricing scheme on one of the HTML pages

It appears on the main page. http://www.shinntype.com/

dezcom's picture

It seems there has been a paradigm shift on the Typophile web site as well! The display face just gets a week as the highlight font and then new blood takes its place.

Good work no matter how long it stays up, Nick!

ChrisL

Nick Shinn's picture

Thanks, guys.

pattyfab's picture

I like it a lot, Nick.

Sharon Van Lieu's picture

I like it too, Nick. Very beautiful.

eeblet's picture

Gorgeous!

It's my favorite of the typophile display cases this year.

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Miss Tiffany's picture

For such a modernist—c'mon admit it!—it has a lovely yesteryear [advertising] feel to it.

Nick Shinn's picture

Thanks again.

c’mon admit it!

My cover is blown.
Seems high concept is merely a pretext for drawing some nice old letter shapes :-)

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Good call A K M A, I added that information on the home page.

akma's picture

Good call AKMA, I added that information on the home page.

Very helpful, Nick -- although now I have to lie awake wondering whether my fascination with this lovely face warrants buying a single OT font, or the whole family in the more limited package. But it's a very, very sensible pricing scheme, I think.

Nick Shinn's picture

You could go a long way with just the Pro Light Roman and Standard Light Italic.
The Pro Roman has small caps and alternate figures, which are a lot of fun to use, but not quite so essential for setting Italic.

AGL's picture

I love Paradigm Light Standard TTF = $9!!
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