This is Cristian Kit Paul, graphic designer, photographer and traveller.
Also, founding partner of Brandient. Hello and welcome to Kitblog.
Let’s keep in touch: I am @Kitone on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram and Tumblr.
I am Cristian Kit Paul on Facebook. Here's my RSS feed. Search:
Navigate this site: Home, Notes, Archives, Articles, About, Colophon, and Contact.

Entry no.: 413

20 Jan 2008, 9:45 PM

Tags: , , , , ,

Comments: 2

Design What the scrub

Remember: when in doubt, use this

Helvetica — the body scrub type, Cristian -Kit- Paul, Bangkok, 2007.

Helvetica "Goat's Milk + Salt" body scrub and other Helvetica products.

Found this in a Manga shop in Bangkok. I'm totally clueless, too.

On the other hand—you know those two holy sayings about it:

Nobody has ever been fired for choosing Helvetica.


When in doubt, use Helvetica.

So, all things considered, goat's milk looks like a safe bet.


Reply no.: 1

20 Jan 2008, 11:21 PM


What caught my eye in the image above was a thing that I never considered before O_o

The height of the + is totally unrelated to anything. I guess that I hoped it would be based on the Fibonacci sequence. It's not.
Very disappointing imo.

The evidence:

Reply no.: 2

21 Jan 2008, 4:22 PM


Stefan, measure the plus sign against lower case rather than upper case letters too see how was dimensioned.

Although few people interested in “Goat’s Milk + Salt” body scrub will probably pay attention to x-heights.

Follow the comments to this entry via Subscribe to this post's comments RSS feed. XML feed.

Or follow all comments via Subscribe to global comments RSS feed. XML feed.

Post a comment (in English, please)

Rules: Allowed HTML tags: a href,b,i,br/,p,strong,em,ul,ol,li,blockquote. Textile 2 text formatting is enabled. Please use English for comments. Be responsible. Flames, trolling or bad language will get your response deleted and your IP possibly banned.