My name is Fabio Haag, and I believe typefaces should be as expressive as functionality allows. When in doubt, I step towards expressiveness.
I design typefaces since 2006 and spent almost a decade at one of the largest global foundries, based in London, working for some of the world’s most valuable brands and the famous sporting event of 2016, held in Rio de Janeiro.
Having grown into many roles up to Deputy Creative Director at a global level, I felt it was time to reconnect myself with the practice and decided to continue my career going solo.
On this new phase I have worked on more than 90 projects together with studios such as Interbrand, FutureBrand, Superunion, Dragon Rouge, Ana Couto and Tátil. My work was featured in the American How magazine, the Spanish Gràffica, the German Page, the UK edition of Digital Arts and in the Eye on Design blog from AIGA – the oldest and largest professional design association in the world.
I can help you by creating original and expressive typefaces to fit your design needs or crafting and refining logotypes, ensuring typographic quality down to the smallest detail.
My three retail fonts all share the same principle: as expressive as functionality allows. If you are tired of the same fonts, I would love to collaborate with you.
Interview for 99U/Adobe
How the 2016 Olympic Logo and Font Were Created
Featured at AIGA Eye on Design
Sua is a Charming Humanist Sans Serif That’s All Yours
Featured at American HOW magazine
Now Haag is back with a new font: Margem
Featured at Spanish Gràffica magazine (Spanish only)
Sua, una tipografía de carácter latinórdico
Featured at German Page magazine (German only)
Margem – eine Schrift für alle Fälle
Interview for FontShop’s Designer Spotlight
The Brazilian Type Scene
Featured in the Book ‘The 100 Best Typefaces Ever’
The Greatest Fonts Countdown
Interview for Brazilian TV (Portuguese only)
OlimPiangers: a fonte Rio 2016