Ryman Eco is the New Sustainable Font That Could Help the Planet

 - Apr 10, 2014
References: youtube & designtaxi
Ryman Eco is a new font that could save the United States $400 million. By simply changing the font the country uses, they could reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the use of resources, save up to 15 million barrels of oil, and 500 million ink cartridges each year. Ad agency Grey London and UK retailer Ryman Stationery developed this font, and they are confident that this newly developed font is sustainable and eco-friendly.

While the use of mass-produced books, newspapers, magazines, signs and more require large amounts of ink, changing the font for everyone could make a significant difference. Many companies have gone digital, and that has also been a huge help for the environment. Only time will tell if Ryman Eco will deliver on its promise, but it sure is a genius concept!