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To the left is Fredrik Andersson. His main occupation is graphic design at FamiljenPangea, creating visual identities for big and small organizations, making things slightly less ugly in the world. He lectures on the history and design of typography at Södertörn and Berghs SOC and has been published in Tecknaren and Biblis.
Old ramblings on type & cetera are still on his now defunct blog Typografism. Type designs include Berling Nova Sans & Serif (with Örjan Nordling), custom work for Nu-institutet and Botkyrka konsthall, and a release for Fountain is also in the works. He’s the chairman of the Stockholm typographic guild. At home however, his main title is Dad.
Göran Söderström, on the right, has been designing type since 2006, but doodling letter shapes goes way back. He is self taught (hence the occasional Autodidakt moniker) and has previously published his works through Psy/Ops, Fountain and FontFont. Employed at the type design department at FamiljenPangea he has developed custom type for ATG, ICA, LO, SEB and others.
He teaches type design and is, in a distinct contrast to Fredrik, very musical and plays several instruments. In his spare time he cooks a mean curry and spends time with his daughter Siri, who is expected to be the youngest type designer ever. Or curry chef. Time will tell.