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Mehmet Gözetlik

Mehmet Gözetlik works as the Creative Director for Antrepo Design, the company he co-founded in 2008 along with Handan Akbudak in Istanbul, Turkey. Previously, as a Senior Art Director for Zebra Design, he worked for several prominent western clients including Nike, Camper and Tommy Hilfiger. Mehmet graduated in 2008 with a MFA in Visual Communication Design from Bilgi University in Istanbul. For his graduate thesis he created the Modul Font Family, designed to function within the limited pixel grid used by computer screens and mobile devices. With modular construction and monospace proportions, Modul is especially suited for computer programming, terminal emulation and tabular data layout. It is designed to function just as easily at 72 dpi as it does at 300 dpi. Modul is coined a “next generation font for better screen performance.” When anti-aliasing is turned off, it still holds up. 97 international designers provided feedback for Mehmet during the 8,760 hour design process. Mehmet claims he went through 23 boxes of vitamin omega 6 and 96 boxes of eye drops througout the process. In contrast, the goal of Modul is to make on screen information easier on the eyes. Modul was created in Macromedia Freehand 11 and produced using Fontlab 4.5 and is now available in two styles at the online Antrepo Shop. Also be sure to check out the Antrepo blog.

Modul 300 dpi Base

Modul 300 dpi Base

Modul 72 dpi Base

Modul 72 dpi Base

Modular Components

Modular Components

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