For my peer review of the type specimen book, I choose Hanna Cavanagh’s Frutiger. Her book really made me take a closer look at the typeface; I had no idea it was the typeface used in some airports and this book helped me make that connection–especially with the subtle hints and actual photos of airport signs. This book gives Frutiger’s purpose a personality. Throughout the different signs, type sizes, arrows, and colors, the reader is making a connection with Frutiger and airports/directions. To me, that really shows Frutiger to its advantage. The parts of this booklet that really stood out to me where the front/back covers, the hand-drawn letters, and the runway with an airplane on it. The covers really signal direction and that you are entering and exiting the book, just like an airport would. The runway with a plane also flows well with the category of airports and I think it was a beautiful graphic to include. The hand-drawn letters were unique to me; they added a fun, appealing element to the book. I think this book covers just about everything included with the personality and purposes of Frutiger and I wouldn’t add anything else.