Design is political, whether its a toothbrush or a poster or an underground map, it affects people. You can't escape it.
Neville Brody, the man behind the legendary design work of The Face and the early issues of Arena continues his legacy with the creation of this new font, Peace 2, exclusively for Wallpaper's current issue. Working from the basic aesthetic of the Tate and Lyle logo, the font that references stenciling and street graffiti end up being rigorously architectural. Wonder how The Imagist would look with this treatment. It's very our cup of tea.