Tag: 1940s

  1. Plebia

    The 1930s, 40s and 50s contribute many elegant and clean font families to the design canon. Plebia“the plain font•€“is Greater…

  2. DeLuxe Gothic

    A longtime font favorite of his, Michael felt that a set of lowercase characters would make Bank Gothic a more…

  3. Deliscript

    The Deliscript fonts won the 2010 “Certificate of Excellence in Type Design” from the Type Directors Club, and were also…

  4. Metroscript

    Literally years in the making, Metroscript is an outgrowth of a style of letterform that Michael Doret has used in…

  5. Slatterine

    Slatterine is a retro-futuristic family, inspired by the second streamline era of the 1950’s It’s ideal for any design work…

  6. Jeanne Moderno

    Jeanne Moderno: a revisionary type family. Jeanne Moderno: a synthesis of Bodoni Italic and 19th Century Ultra-Bold ‘Fat Faces’, distilled…

  7. Metroscript

    Metroscript has been described as “baseball” or “sports” script, but its applicability is really much wider than that. Metroscript is…

  8. RadioTime
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    A funny look to the spirit of the days of the golden age of the radio, RadioTime is a type…

  9. Steinweiss Script

    Steinweiss Script began its journey towards daylight when Michael Doret was asked by Taschen Publishing to do cover lettering for…

  10. DF Capitol
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