The third issue of OKOLO magazine is also exceptional for its typography. We started from scratch and asked our friend Jan Novák, a talented young typographer, to create a new typeface for the special Viennese issue. The result is the OkoloMono typeface, which we present in our magazine for the first time.

The new OkoloMono typeface is a homage to the legendary London Underground font designed by Edward Johnston in 1916 (which is still used in the visual style of the London underground). It is derived from its circular proportion, maintained in the minuscules. However, capitals are considerably narrowed due to the fixed size of the type body. The typeface includes an underline; capitals constitute a part of the font suitable for headlines and for natural highlighting in the text.

The font pack comes with Adolf Loos and his Ornament and Crime text (1908) and brochure with the samples of the font usages.

OkoloMono pack you can order via our website or directly from Jan Novák and his website.






The third issue of OKOLO magazine is also exceptional for its typography. We started from scratch and asked our friend Jan Novák, a talented young typographer, to create a new typeface for the special Viennese issue. The result is the OkoloMono typeface, which we present in our magazine for the first time.

The new OkoloMono typeface is a homage to the legendary London Underground font designed by Edward Johnston in 1916 (which is still used in the visual style of the London underground). It is derived from its circular proportion, maintained in the minuscules. However, capitals are considerably narrowed due to the fixed size of the type body. The typeface includes an underline; capitals constitute a part of the font suitable for headlines and for natural highlighting in the text.

The font pack comes with Adolf Loos and his Ornament and Crime text (1908) and brochure with the samples of the font usages.

OkoloMono pack you can order via our website or directly from Jan Novák and his website.






The third issue of OKOLO magazine is also exceptional for its typography. We started from scratch and asked our friend Jan Novák, a talented young typographer, to create a new typeface for the special Viennese issue. The result is the OkoloMono typeface, which we present in our magazine for the first time.

The new OkoloMono typeface is a homage to the legendary London Underground font designed by Edward Johnston in 1916 (which is still used in the visual style of the London underground). It is derived from its circular proportion, maintained in the minuscules. However, capitals are considerably narrowed due to the fixed size of the type body. The typeface includes an underline; capitals constitute a part of the font suitable for headlines and for natural highlighting in the text.

The font pack comes with Adolf Loos and his Ornament and Crime text (1908) and brochure with the samples of the font usages.

OkoloMono pack you can order via our website or directly from Jan Novák and his website.













The third number of OKOLO magazine is on travellers’ note since we went for a trip to the former imperial city of Vienna. Renowned for Art Nouveau, traditional crafts, architect Adolf Loos, gigantic schnitzels, and delicious coffee, the city prepared for us a series of unique encounters thanks to which we were able to form our own perspective of the Austrian capital. Thus, OKOLO Vienna Only brings a selection of articles, reports, editorials and photo essays that, in our opinion, deal with the most interesting places, people, and objects in Vienna. We found hidden masters and their crafts, young perspective designers, and passionate collector who preserve their treasures concealed in secrecy. The result is a monothematic magazine which, however, reflects all our interests thanks to the diversity of individual articles – this time, with a single exception, exclusively in the centre of the genteel city on the river Danube. You can find here reports from workshops of Carl Auböck, shoemaker Georg Materna and Thomas Posenanski, photo editorial from unique cycling collection of Michael Embacher, essay about Viennese utopian architects or short interview with Marco Dessí. Illustrated survey of Austrian design icons and guide for the traditional Viennese fashion is also included. And much more.

OkoloMono font was designed by Jan Novák for the magazine only. (about it in the next post)

Thanks all the collaborators and contributors!













The third number of OKOLO magazine is on travellers’ note since we went for a trip to the former imperial city of Vienna. Renowned for Art Nouveau, traditional crafts, architect Adolf Loos, gigantic schnitzels, and delicious coffee, the city prepared for us a series of unique encounters thanks to which we were able to form our own perspective of the Austrian capital. Thus, OKOLO Vienna Only brings a selection of articles, reports, editorials and photo essays that, in our opinion, deal with the most interesting places, people, and objects in Vienna. We found hidden masters and their crafts, young perspective designers, and passionate collector who preserve their treasures concealed in secrecy. The result is a monothematic magazine which, however, reflects all our interests thanks to the diversity of individual articles – this time, with a single exception, exclusively in the centre of the genteel city on the river Danube. You can find here reports from workshops of Carl Auböck, shoemaker Georg Materna and Thomas Posenanski, photo editorial from unique cycling collection of Michael Embacher, essay about Viennese utopian architects or short interview with Marco Dessí. Illustrated survey of Austrian design icons and guide for the traditional Viennese fashion is also included. And much more.

OkoloMono font was designed by Jan Novák for the magazine only. (about it in the next post)

Thanks all the collaborators and contributors!













The third number of OKOLO magazine is on travellers’ note since we went for a trip to the former imperial city of Vienna. Renowned for Art Nouveau, traditional crafts, architect Adolf Loos, gigantic schnitzels, and delicious coffee, the city prepared for us a series of unique encounters thanks to which we were able to form our own perspective of the Austrian capital. Thus, OKOLO Vienna Only brings a selection of articles, reports, editorials and photo essays that, in our opinion, deal with the most interesting places, people, and objects in Vienna. We found hidden masters and their crafts, young perspective designers, and passionate collector who preserve their treasures concealed in secrecy. The result is a monothematic magazine which, however, reflects all our interests thanks to the diversity of individual articles – this time, with a single exception, exclusively in the centre of the genteel city on the river Danube. You can find here reports from workshops of Carl Auböck, shoemaker Georg Materna and Thomas Posenanski, photo editorial from unique cycling collection of Michael Embacher, essay about Viennese utopian architects or short interview with Marco Dessí. Illustrated survey of Austrian design icons and guide for the traditional Viennese fashion is also included. And much more.

OkoloMono font was designed by Jan Novák for the magazine only. (about it in the next post)

Thanks all the collaborators and contributors!












So here is last chapter in our short series from Frankfurt art and design ateliers. This time we take a closer look into the workshop and studio of Tobias Rehberger.

One of the most successful contemporary artist Tobias Rehberger works in the various disciplines of fine arts. He creates sculptures, design objects and interiors as well as architecture and installations. Everything in his signature dramatic expressionist and very colorful style.

We have visited his studio in the center of the city, when artist finished his last piece commissioned for Art Miami Basel held two weeks ago. The studio becomes very photogenic and visually rich environment itself. Books, iconic design objects, materials, drawings, models or components for his own sculptures create together natural working gesamtkunstwerk signed by the famous brand Tobias Rehberger.












So here is last chapter in our short series from Frankfurt art and design ateliers. This time we take a closer look into the workshop and studio of Tobias Rehberger.

One of the most successful contemporary artist Tobias Rehberger works in the various disciplines of fine arts. He creates sculptures, design objects and interiors as well as architecture and installations. Everything in his signature dramatic expressionist and very colorful style.

We have visited his studio in the center of the city, when artist finished his last piece commissioned for Art Miami Basel held two weeks ago. The studio becomes very photogenic and visually rich environment itself. Books, iconic design objects, materials, drawings, models or components for his own sculptures create together natural working gesamtkunstwerk signed by the famous brand Tobias Rehberger.


Skateboard legend Vans continues to explore world of high fashion and exclusive collaborations.

Their new Vans x Taka Hayashi Men's Derby TH LX shoes designed for this season are great symbiosis of the traditional and new school.


Skateboard legend Vans continues to explore world of high fashion and exclusive collaborations.

Their new Vans x Taka Hayashi Men's Derby TH LX shoes designed for this season are great symbiosis of the traditional and new school.