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26 Search results for country: “Switzerland

  1. Helvetica Typeface

    Helvetica was developed in 1957 by Max Miedinger with Eduard Hoffmann at the Haas’sche Schriftgiesserei (Haas type foundry) of Münchenstein,…

  2. Herculanum Typeface

    Named for Pompeii’s sister city, Herculanum was designed by Adrian Frutiger in 1990 for Linotype’s Type before Gutenberg series. The…

  3. Lutz Headline Typeface
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  4. NewParis Typeface
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  5. Normetica Typeface
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    Normetica was designed to fit the grid of «Norm» Magazine, Issue Nr. 0, entitled «Introduction». Normetica has got three weights,…

  6. OCR-B Typeface
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    Adrian Frutiger’s attempt to balance machine- and…

  7. Replica Typeface
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    LL Replica is a bold new sans serif design conceived for both text setting and for use at large point…

  8. SangBleu Sans BP Typeface
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    The Sang Bleu family was created by Ian Party for his partner Max Buechi’s publication of culture and photography, SangBleu.…

  9. SangBleu Serif Typeface
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    The Sang Bleu Family was created by Ian Party for his partner Max Buechi’s publication of culture and photography, SangBleu.…

  10. Serifa Typeface

    Serifa was designed by Adrian Frutiger for the Bauer foundry in 1966. The letterforms are based on those of Frutiger’s…

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