5 Styles (including 1 symbol font)
Marcus Sterz, Jakob Erbar, Karlgeorg Hoefer
December 1, 2009
LanguagesAlbanian, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Malagasy, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
Meet the Letterpress!
Jakob Erbar’s Phosphor was released by the Ludwig & Mayer Foundry before 1923. The origins of Aurora date back to 1912 (Johannes Wagner Foundry).
Permanent Headline was designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer, also known simply as Headline.
It was fun making a mix out of the three classics – with Letterpress Bastard you will quickly get astounding results.
To complete the family we added a font containing random symbols we also found in the metal type boxes.
Please note that we provided loads of ligatures for double-letters to make Your design look as authentic as possible.
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