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Intersected display typeface seen on a few cultural publications

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Hi there,


I have come accross this very particular type design a few times (like intersections of circles and ellipsis) and it made me really curious about its provenance.

The first time I saw it it was in Venice, on a billboard for the Colore e Materia exhibition held at the 193 Gallery.

But I also recently spotted it on the Morel Books Instagram account (@morelbooks) associated to the exhibition LIGHT, held at the Seen Fifteen gallery in 2021, for which they published a series of booklets (I am guessing the designer who did these is Sarah Boris).


Any idea what it might be called? Thanks.

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