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Antique Olive, 72pt

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Cooper Black, 72pt

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Baskerville, 72pt

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Egyptienne, 72pt

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Bell, 72pt

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Futura, 72pt

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Bembo, 72pt

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Gill Sans, 72pt

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Bodoni, 72pt

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Helvetica Neue, 72pt

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Caecilia, 72pt

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Kabel, 72pt

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Caslon, 72pt

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Memphis, 72pt

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Caxton, 72pt

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Meridien, 72pt

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Clarendon, 72pt

Officina, 72pt

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Prestige Elite, 72pt

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BELL


In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the matrices in the possession of Stephenson Blake & Co. Used in Bell’s newspaper, “The Oracle,” it was regarded by Stanley Morison as the first English Modern face. Although inspired by French punchcutters of the In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the matrices in the possession of Stephenson Blake & Co. Used in Bell’s newspaper, “The Oracle,” it was regarded by Stanley Morison as the first English Modern face. Although inspired by.

Bell MT

Bell MT BOLD

In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the matrices in the possession of Stephenson Blake & Co. Used in Bell’s newspaper, “The Oracle,” it was regarded by Stanley Morison as the first English Modern face. Although inspired by French punchcutters .

Bell MT Std Semibold

In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the matrices in the possession of Stephenson Blake & Co. Used in Bell’s newspaper, “The Oracle,” it was regarded by Stanley Morison as the first English Modern face.

Bell MT Std Semibold italic

In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the matrices in the possession of Stephenson Blake & Co. Used in Bell’s newspaper, “The Oracle,” it was regarded by Stanley Morison as the first English Modern face. Although inspired by French

Bell MT Std BoldItalic


Essentially a text face, Bell can be

Bell MT BOLD 48pt

In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell

Bell MT BOLD 36pt

In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the

Bell MT BOLD 24pt

Bell MT BOLD 12pt

In 1931 Monotype made this facsimile of the typeface cut originally for John Bell by Richard Austin in 1788, using as a basis the matrices in the possession of Stephenson Blake & Co. Used in Bell’s newspaper, “The Oracle,” it was regarded by Stanley Morison as the first English Modern face. Although inspired by French punchcutters of the time, with a vertical stress and fine hairlines, the face is less severe than the


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Bell MT Std SemiBold 70pt

How to perform an english speech?

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Bell MT BoldItalic 25 pt

Bell MT Regular 49 pt

"Just think," he said wryly How can you say that?..

Bell MT BoldItalic 34 pt

Of course, that was true

Bell MT Bold 34 pt

Bell MT Std SemiBold 36 pt

atmosphere of the Metro had evaporated

to be with her

Bell MT Std SemiBold 22pt

I love you too much...

Bell MT Bold 56 pt

THE SEASON

Bell MT Std SemiBold 43pt

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Bell MT Std SemiBold Italic 57pt

Dutruelle's

Bell MT Std SemiBold 57pt

Bell MT Bold 70pt


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specimen

by Sabina Klianina


Regular 6/8 pt Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813) in 1798. The typeface is classified as didone modern. Bodoni followed the ideas of John Baskerville, as found in the printing type Baskerville, that of increased stroke contrast and a more vertical, slightly condensed, upper case, but taking them to a more extreme conclusion. Bodoni’s typeface has a narrower underlying structure with flat, unbracketed serifs. The face has extreme contrast between thick and thin strokes, and an overall geometric construction. Bodoni admired the work of John Baskerville and studied in detail the designs of French type founders Pierre Simon Fournier and Firmin Didot. Although he drew inspiration from the work of these designers.

Regular 8/9 pt Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813) in 1798. The typeface is classified as didone modern. Bodoni followed the ideas of John Baskerville, as found in the printing type Baskerville, that of increased stroke contrast and a more vertical, slightly condensed, upper case, but taking them to a more extreme conclusion. Bodoni’s typeface has a narrower underlying structure with flat, unbracketed serifs. The face has extreme contrast between thick and thin strokes, and an overall geometric construction. Bodoni admired the work of John Baskerville and studied in detail the designs of French type founders Pierre Simon Fournier and Firmin Didot. Although he drew inspiration from the work of these designers.

Regular 9/12 pt Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813) in 1798. The typeface is classified as didone modern. Bodoni followed the ideas of John Baskerville, as found in the printing type Baskerville, that of increased stroke contrast and a more vertical, slightly condensed, upper case, but taking them to a more extreme conclusion. Bodoni’s typeface has a narrower underlying structure with flat, unbracketed serifs. The face has extreme contrast between thick and thin strokes, and an overall geometric construction. Bodoni admired the work of John Baskerville and studied in detail the designs of French type founders Pierre Simon Fournier and Firmin Didot. Although he drew inspiration from the work of these designers.

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JUST REMEMBER HOW LUCKY YOU ARE

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Italic

14/16 pt

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni. The typeface is classified as didone modern.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni. The typeface is classified as didone modern.

24/24 pt

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Bodoni.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Bodoni.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif type.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces.

36/30 pt

Regular


Bodoni Std Display

Bold

Condensed

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni. The typeface is classified as didone modern.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni. The typeface is classified as didone modern. Bodoni followed the ideas of John Baskerville, as found in the printing type Baskerville.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif typefaces first designed by Giambattista Bodoni. Bodoni followed the great ideas of John Baskerville.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif type.

Bodoni is the name given to a series of serif types designed by Baskerville.


Bodoni Std Character Map

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The CAECILIA has both geometric and humanist aspects with variations of stroke thikness

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Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such

Roman 6/9 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such

Light 8/11 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small

Roman 8/11 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small

Light 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Roman 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Light 10/13 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Roman 10/13 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Light 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts.

Roman 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts.

Light 6/9 pt

Light Italic 6/9 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such details giving

Italic 6/9 pt

Light Italic 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small

Italic 9/12 pt

Light Italic 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each

Italic 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such details giving

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each


Bold 6/9 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such

Heavy 6/9 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures,

Bold 8/11 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small

Heavy 8/11 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with

Bold 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Heavy 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Bold 10/13 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Heavy 10/13 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Bold 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts.

Heavy 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts.

Bold Italic 6/9 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such details giving

Heavy Italic 6/9 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes complete with small caps and old style figures, such details giving

Bold Italic 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Heavy Italic 9/12 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each comes

Bold Italic 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts. Each

Heavy Italic 12/15 pt

Caecilia font distinguishes itself in the completeness of each of its cuts.


Latin capitals

Latin lowercase

Latin small capitals

Latin ligatures

Figures, currency & related forms

Punctuations & marks

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A Type Specimen by Veranika Ardytskaya


Weight 80 pt

Ligatures 35 pt

BB BB BB BB BB BB regular

italic

semibold

semibold italic

bold

bold italic

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Punctuation & Symbols 36 pt

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¾ ¼ ½ ² ³ ° Lining figures 35 pt Not-lining figures 35 pt

Special characters 22 pt

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double storey

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curved leg

without spur

closed tail horizontal cross-bar

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softened teardrop lobe

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long tail

double-storey

bracketed


Caslon text set at

regular, 15/18 pt

italic, 15/18 pt

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)

semibold, 15/18 pt

semibold italic, 15/18 pt

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)

bold, 15/18 pt

bold italic, 15/18 pt

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)


Remarked when Owl’s chuckling first soft cry and the first star. A long stretched hour it was; all safely sown

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Like the touch of rain she was. On a man’s flesh and hair and eyes

moutains She speaks in our spirit

making me feel how myself has been coarse and dull compared with you, silently who are and cling to my

perfect day beauty is there

have you said of beauty. Yet in truth you spoke not of her but of needs unsatisfied. And beauty is not a need but an ecstasy

all these things

thirsting nor an empty hand stretched forth

But rather a heart enflamed and a soul enchanted and it is not the image you would see


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Cooper Black was first released as a handwritten type It is based on extra black version typefase Cooper Old Style Oswald Brus Cooper designed CB in 1921 Released by the Barnhart & Spindler foundry of Chicago in 1922 The blund and rounded forms, blurred serifs, and very small counters make it friendly face

Cooper

Black

The Cooper Old Style family was advertised as being for far sighted printers with near sighted customers


6 pt / 7,2 pt

Popular since it was designed in 1921, Cooper Black has inspired many imitations. However, although many type designers and manufacturers have tried to market similar designs, none has outdone Cooper Black.

Popular since it was designed in 1921, Cooper Black has inspired many imitations. However, although many type designers and manufacturers have tried to market similar designs.

Cooper Black is a very heavy version of Cooper Oldstyle (also known simply as Cooper), an innovative typeface with rounded serifs and long ascenders designed in 1919.

Once upon a time there was a little lass who wanted nothing more than to touch the stars in the sky. On clear, moonless nights she would lean out her bedroom window, gazing up at the thousand tiny lights scattered across the heavens, wondering what it would be like to hold one in her hand.

7 pt / 8,4 pt

The blund and rounded forms, blurred serifs and very small counters make this a warm, rounded, unique, readable, easy-to-use, beautiful and very friendly typeface 8 pt / 9,6 pt

The Milky Way shined more brightly, she decided she couldn't stand it any longer-she just had to touch a star or two, no matter what. 9 pt / 10,8 pt

She walked a far, far way from her house, and then farther still, until she came to a mill wheel, creaking and grinding away. 10 pt / 12 pt

12 pt / 14,4

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ALWAYS SMILE

GLADNESS YOU CAN TRUST

MY WORLD IS SO SMALL

JUST SEE ON SKY Don’t Follow Your Fear and Keep Smile Everyday

ALL ABOUT YOU HIS WORDS ARE TRUE!!

The movie’s premise is simple: the typical boy meets girl love story, with the cliché rich boy, poor girl angle. But I think its simplicity is part of what’s so great about it. I fell in love with Oliver and Jenny (and as corny as it may sound, I think their undying love for each other is ultimately what we’re all searching for), and their tragedy became my devastation as well. It’s generally your typical soppy chick flick (with the exception that the pair don’t “live happily ever after”), but probably the best one of its kind.

UNTIL MORNING

IT’S SO COLD TODAY. I’M STANDING AT MY WINDOW, LOOKING AT THE PEOPLE MOVING LIKE LITTLE DOTS. STANDING IN A HEATED ROOM, I’M BEGINNING TO PITY THOSE PEOPLE. WHY DON’T THEY GO HOME? DO THEY PLAN ON WANDERING UNTIL MORNING? ONE WARM SUMMER EVENING, A NIGHT WHEN THE MILKY WAY SHINED MORE BRIGHTLY THAN EVER BEFORE, SHE DECIDED SHE COULDN’T STAND IT ANY LONGER-SHE JUST HAD TO TOUCH A STAR OR TWO, NO MATTER WHAT. SO SHE SLIPPED OUT THE WINDOW AND STARTED OFF BY HERSELF TO SEE IF SHE COULD REACH THEM.

I CANNOT SLEEP,

EVERY NIGHT THEY SHINE IN MY FACE FROM THE SURFACE

LOTS OF STARS HERE I see them all the time.


COOPER BLACK DISPLAY Once upon a time there was a little lass who wanted nothing more than to touch the stars in the sky. On clear, moonless nights she would lean out her bedroom window.

ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A LITTLE LASS WHO WANTED NOTHING MORE THAN TO TOUCH THE STARS IN THE SKY. ON CLEAR, MOONLESS NIGHTS SHE WOULD LEAN.

But after a while she realized she was shivering with cold, and when she looked down into the darkness, she could no.

AFTER A WHILE SHE REALIZED SHE WAS SHIVERING WITH COLD, AND WHEN SHE LOOKED DOWN.

She walked a far, far way, and then farther still, until she came to a mill wheel, creaking and grinding.

SHE WALKED A FAR, FAR WAY, AND THEN FARTHER STILL, UNTIL SHE CAME TO A MILL WHEEL.

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18 pt / 21,6 pt

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Oswald Brus Cooper designed CB in 1921 Released by the Barnhart & Spindler foundry of Chicago in 1922 Cooper Black is a heavier version of Cooper Old Style Cooper old style is not based on a single historic model It exibits influences of art nouveau, art deco and the machine age Cooper Old Style enjoyed popularity in the 1920â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and became somewhat iconic of the in 1970 Cooper Black was first released as a handwritten type The Cooper Old Style family was advertised as being for far sighted printers with near sighted customers The blund and rounded forms, blurred serifs, and very small counters make it friendly face Many type designers and manufacturers have tried to market similar designs, none has outdone Cooper Black Designed by Hanna Ihnatsenka


ABOUT font specimens 72 pt black

34 pt bold

EGYPTIENNE 24 pt small caps

tipographic 24 pt roman

DISCOVER YOU CHARACTERISTICS AN UNIQUE 36 pt bold

Slab and Serifs 17 pt italic caps

34 pt bold

The quick brown fox jumps 11,5 over the lazy dog! pt bold

likely film flam float quilty ets.

17 pt italic

Lorsque, par un décret des puissances suprêmes, Le Poète apparaît en ce monde ennuyé, Sa mère épouvantée et pleine de blasphèmes Crispe ses poings vers Dieu, qui la prend en pitié:

Je ferai rejaillir ta haine qui m'accable Sur l'instrument maudit de tes méchancetés, Et je tordrai si bien cet arbre misérable, Qu'il ne pourra pousser ses boutons empestés!"

– "Ah! que n'ai je mis bas tout un nœud de vipères, Plutôt que de nourrir cette dérision! Maudite soit la nuit aux plaisirs éphémères Où mon ventre a conçu mon expiation!

Pourtant, sous la tutelle invisible d'un Ange, L'Enfant déshérité s'enivre de soleil Et dans tout ce qu'il boit et dans out ce qu'il mange Retrouve l'ambroisie et le nectar vermeil.

Puisque tu m'as choisie entre toutes les femmes Pour être le dégoût de mon triste mari, Et que je ne puis pas rejeter dans les flammes, Comme un billet d'amour, ce monstre rabougri,

II joue avec le vent, cause avec le nuage, Et s'enivre en chantant du chemin de la croix; Et l'Esprit qui le suit dans son pèlerinage Pleure de le voir gai comme un oiseau des bois. 6 / 7 pt roman


Egyptienne

FONT type specimen

400 pt roman

bold roman italic

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bold roman italic

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slab serifs

A A A A B B B B C C C C D D D D E E E E F F F F G G G G H H H H I I I I J J J J K K K K L L L L MMMM N N N N O O O O P P P P Q Q Q Q R R R R S S S S T T T T U U U U V V V V WWWW Y Y Y Y Z Z Z Z

black

18 pt

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BY MARGARITA YASINSKAYA

12 pt

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flammable flaunching flexibilizer flocculator flexometer

fibrils dbp fictile dbp fiddle dbp fifties dbp fidget dbp

150 pt roman

I N THE 19TH CENTURY EGYPT AND EGYPTIAN CULTURE BECOME VERY FASHIONABLE LEADING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF FONTS REFERRED TO

EGYPTIENNE. T HEIR NAME LIKELY COMES NAPOLEON INVADED IN EGYPT. D URING THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURIES, PRINTERS BECAME AS

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300 pt roman

MORE AND MORE SKILLED AT MAKING LETTERS FOR LETTER PRESSES.

12 / 14 pt small caps

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48 pt italic

350 pt roman

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150 pt roman


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egyptienne character set 10 pt and 18 pt roman


8 / 10 pt

12 / 14 pt

Egyptienne is a serif typeface belonging to the classification slab serif, or Egyptian, where the serifs are unbracketed and similar in weight to the horizontal strokes of the letters. Egyptienne was designed in 1956 by Adrian Frutiger for the Deberny & Peignot foundry and was the first new text face created for process of photocomposition.

Their bold appearance, they are most commonly used in large headline but are seldom used in body text.

In the 19th century Egypt and Egyptian culture become very fashionable leading to development of fonts referred to as Egyptienne. Their name likely comes from that time, when Napoleon invaded in Egypt. During the 19th and 19th centuries, printers became more and more skilled at making letters for letter presses. They started to experiment with really thin strokes combined with really thick strokes. Fonts became really formal and this was considered a very modern thing to do at the time. Those fonts are therefore called modern even though they now come across as very old-fashioned. A typical example of a modern font is Bodoni. Unfortunately, things get quite complicated at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth. For example, in the nineteenth century Egypt and Egyptian culture become very fashionable leading to the development of fonts referred to Egyptienne.

ABOUT font specimens 72 pt black

34 pt bold

EGYPTIENNE 24 pt small caps

tipographic

10 / 12 pt

In typography, a slab serif (also called mechanistic, square serif or Egyptian) typeface is a type of serif typeface characterized by thick, block-like serif.

24 pt roman

DISCOVER YOU CHARACTERISTICS AN UNIQUE 36 pt bold

Slab and Serifs 17 pt italic caps

Serif terminals may be either blunt and angular (Rockwell), or rounded (Courier). Slab serif typefaces generally have no bracket (feature connecting the strokes to the serifs).

34 pt bold

The quick brown fox jumps 11,5 over the lazy dog! pt bold

likely film flam float quilty ets.

17 pt italic

Lorsque, par un décret des puissances suprêmes, Le Poète apparaît en ce monde ennuyé, Sa mère épouvantée et pleine de blasphèmes Crispe ses poings vers Dieu, qui la prend en pitié:

Je ferai rejaillir ta haine qui m'accable Sur l'instrument maudit de tes méchancetés, Et je tordrai si bien cet arbre misérable, Qu'il ne pourra pousser ses boutons empestés!"

– "Ah! que n'ai je mis bas tout un nœud de vipères, Plutôt que de nourrir cette dérision! Maudite soit la nuit aux plaisirs éphémères Où mon ventre a conçu mon expiation!

Pourtant, sous la tutelle invisible d'un Ange, L'Enfant déshérité s'enivre de soleil Et dans tout ce qu'il boit et dans out ce qu'il mange Retrouve l'ambroisie et le nectar vermeil.

Puisque tu m'as choisie entre toutes les femmes Pour être le dégoût de mon triste mari, Et que je ne puis pas rejeter dans les flammes, Comme un billet d'amour, ce monstre rabougri,

II joue avec le vent, cause avec le nuage, Et s'enivre en chantant du chemin de la croix; Et l'Esprit qui le suit dans son pèlerinage Pleure de le voir gai comme un oiseau des bois. 6 / 7 pt roman

Some consider slab serifs to be a subset of modern serif typefaces. Because of their bold appearance, they are most commonly used in large headlines and but are seldom used in body text. The exception is those that are monospaced, because of their usage in typewriters, but that is declining as electronic publishing becomes more common. Another recent exception is the typeface designed for The Guardian newspaper in the UK which is Egyptian used through the paper as body text. Some consider slab to be a subset of modern typefaces.

The exception is those that are monospaced, because of their usage in typewriters, but that is declining as electronic publishing becomes common. Another recent exception is the typeface designed for The Guardian newspaper in the UK which is an Egyptian used through the paper as body text. Unfortunately, things get quite complicated at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth. For example, in the nineteenth century Egypt and Egyptian culture become very fashionable leading to the development of fonts referred to Egyptienne.

14 / 16 pt

In typography, a slab serif (also called mechanistic, square serif or Egyptian) typeface is a type of serif typeface characterized by thick, block-like serifs. Serif terminals may be either blunt and angular, or rounded (Courier). Slab serif typeface generally have no bracket. Some consider slab serifs to be a subset of modern slabserif typeface Because of their bold appearance, they are most commonly used in large headlines and advertis. Another recent exception is the typeface designed for The Guardian newspaper in the UK which is an Egyptian used through the paper as body text.

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DIFFERENT TEXT SAMPLES

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EGYPTIENNE

egyptienne character set 10 pt and 18 pt roman


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Futura

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FUTURA TYPE SPECIMEN

Fututa light, medium, heavy 6 / 7.2pt

Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed between 1924 and 1926 by Paul Renner. It is based on geometric shapes that became representative visual elements of the Bauhaus design style of 1919–1933. Commissioned by the Bauer type foundry, Futura was commercially released in 1927. The family was originally published in Light, Medium, Bold, and Bold Oblique fonts in 1928. Light Oblique, Medium Oblique, Demibold, and Demibold Oblique fonts were later released in 1930. Book font was released in 1932.

Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed between 1924 and 1926 by Paul Renner. It is based on geometric shapes that became representative visual elements of the Bauhaus design style of 1919–1933. Commissioned by the Bauer type foundry, Futura was commercially released in 1927. The family was originally published in Light, Medium, Bold, and Bold Oblique fonts in 1928. Light Oblique, Medium Oblique, Demibold, and Demibold Oblique fonts were later released in 1930. Book font was released in 1932.

Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed between 1924 and 1926 by Paul Renner. It is based on geometric shapes that became representative visual elements of the Bauhaus design style of1919–1933. Commissioned by the Bauer type foundry, Futura was commercially released in 1927. The family was originally published in Light, Medium, Bold, and Bold Oblique fonts in 1928. Light Oblique, Medium Oblique, Demibold,and Demibold Oblique fonts were later released in 1930. Book font was released in 1932.

Fututa light, medium, heavy 8 / 9.6pt

Book Oblique font was released in 1939. Extra Bold font was designed by Edwin W. Shaar in 1952. Extra Bold Italic font was designed in 1955 by Edwin W. Shaar and Tommy Thompson. Futura has an appearance of efficiency and forwardness. The typeface is derived from simple geometric forms (near-perfect

Book Oblique font was released in 1939. Extra Bold font was designed by Edwin W. Shaar in 1952. Extra Bold Italic font was designed in 1955 by Edwin W. Shaar and Tommy Thompson. Futura has an appearance of efficiency and forwardness. The typeface is derived from simple geometric forms (near-perfect

Book Oblique font was released in 1939. Extra Bold font was designed by Edwin W. Shaar in 1952. Extra Bold Italic font was designed in 1955 by Edvin W. Shaar and Tommy Thompson. Futura has an appearance of efficiency and forwardness. The typeface is derived from simple geometric forms (near-perfect

Fututa light, medium, heavy 10 / 11pt

circles, triangles and squares) and is based on strokes of near-even weight, which are low in contrast. It has long ascenders and descenders and therefore requires generous line spacing. Its image is clear, elegant.

circles, triangles and squares) and is based on strokes of near-even weight, which are low in contrast. It has long ascenders and descenders and therefore requires generous line spacing. Its image is clear, elegant.

circles,triangles and squares) and is based on strokes of near-even weight, which are low in contrast. It has long ascenders and descenders and therefore requires generous line spacing. Its image is clear, elegant.

Fututa light, medium, heavy 12 / 12pt

The font Futura is used in: books/text, magazines, posters, advertisements, documenta tion/business reports, corporate design, multimedia.

The font Futura is used in: books/text, magazines, posters, advertisements,docu mentation/business reports, corporate design, multimedia.

The font Futura is used in: books/text, magazines, posters, advertisements, docu mentation/business reports, corporate design, multimedia.


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gill sans type specimen


Arthur Eric Rowton Gill 1882â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1940

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Gill Sans is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Eric Gill. The original design appeared in 1926 when Douglas Cleverdon opened his own bookshop in his home town of Bristol, where Eric Gill painted the fascia over the window in sans-serif capitals that would be later be known as Gill Sans. In addition, Gill had sketched a design for the publisher and bookseller Douglas Cleverdon, intended as a guide for Cleverdon to make future notices and announcements. Gill further developed it into a complete font family after Stanley Morison commissioned the development Gill Sans to combat the families

of Erbar, Futura and Kabel which were being launched in Germany during the latter 1920s. Gill Sans was later released in 1928 by Monotype Corporation. 10/12

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Gill Sans became popular when in 1929 Cecil Dandridge commissioned Eric Gill to produce Gill Sans to be used on the London and North Eastern Railway for a unique typeface for all the LNER's posters and publicity material. Gill was a well established sculptor, graphic artist and type designer, and the Gill Sans typeface takes inspiration from Edward Johnstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Johnston typeface for London Underground, which Gill had worked on while apprenticed to Johnston. Eric Gill attempted to make the ultimate legible sans-serif text face. Gill Sans was designed to function equally well as a text face and for display. It is distributed as a system font in Mac OS X and is bundled with certain versions of Microsoft products as Gill Sans MT.

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Being based on a circle the letters got slight optical compensation

Capital M is traditionally wider than capital N. Not in Gill sans

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The construction of lowercase letters is different within the cuts

C is open anywhere within the family, while it's cut is slanting in italic


6 cuts of gill sans typeface family the bolder the higher

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Вам английским языком говорят, сэр

Хороша ложка к обеду GILL SANS REGULAR, 24 PT

Раннее утро GILL SANS LIGHT ITALIC, 43 PT

GILL SANS BOLD, 59 PT

Черное лондонское такси GILL SANS ITALIC, 34 PT

ВЕЛИКОБРИТАНИЯ

Вилейка GILL SANS REGULAR, 42 PT

Францыск Скарына GILL SANS REGULAR, 116 PT

GILL SANS REGULAR, 45 PT

Это либо западня, либо Слоним GILL SANS LIGHT, 27 PT

ПРИВЕТСТВУЕМ ВАС

СТОЛИЧНЫЕ GILL SANS BOLD, 35 PT

ТРОЕШНИКИ GILL SANS ITALIC, 69 PT

GILL SANS LIGTH, 63 PT

Красота среди бегущих — первых нет и отстающих GILL SANS BOLD ITALIC, 13.5 PT


British Broadcasting Corporation GILL SANS REGULAR, 28 PT

CZECH OCTOBER GILL SANS ITALIC, 52 PT

POSH&GLAMOROUS

Quick pic GILL SANS LIGHT, 40 PT

GILL SANS LIGHT ITALIC, 108 PT

So black to be bold GILL SANS BOLD, 40 PT

LONDON UNDERGROUND

The flock is on fire! GILL SANS REGULAR, 30 PT

THE TUBE GILL SANS ITALIC, 51 PT

Hello, my name is Gill! GILL SANS BOLD, 72 PT

GILL SANS REGULAR, 40 PT

HERE IS THE BIG DEAL FOR YOU, BABY

The double decker GILL SANS BOLD ITALIC, 19 PT

GILL SANS LIGHT, 49 PT


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numbers

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numbers

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gill sans light character set

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extended latin

symbols

numbers

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symbols

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Siarhei Stashkevich www.ufoby.com

European Humanities University Vilnius, 2009 â&#x20AC;˘ www.ehu.lt

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Prestige Elite


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About

Prestige Elite is a slab serif monospaced typeface originally intended for use on a typewriter. It was designed in 1953 by Howard Kettler for IBM. Prestige Elite is a good choice for price lists, tabular material, and informal office correspondence. Typefaces that were originally designed as monospaced typewriter types are effective in materials for personal communication or for capturing the look and feel of bygone days.


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Regular/8 pt

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The first of these four independent personalities is the totality of that automatic functioning which is proper to man as well as to all animals, the data for which are composed in them firstly of the sum total of the of the impressions previously perceived.

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Bold/10 pt The second of the four personalities, functioning in most cases independently of the first, consists of the sum of the results which have been perceived by the common presence of every animal through its six organs called "receivers-of-the-variedqualitied-vibrations",

Slanted/12 pt The third part of the whole being is the prime functioning of his organism as well as the "motor-reflex-reciprocally-affecting-manifestations-proceeding-in-it".

Bold Slanted/14 pt And the fourth, which should also be a part of die whole individual, is the manifestation of the totality of the results of the automatized functioning.


Prestige Elite Type Specimen by Alina Prykhadouskaya 2009


Neo-Grotesque Sans-Serif

Univers Regular | Italic | Bold | Bold Italic


AG R t y flat apex

curved tail

without spur

angled top

straight descender

Regular

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Italic

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP QRSTUWWXYZabcde fghijklmnopqrstuvw xyz0123456789 !?#%@*-+;:[{(|)}]


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arms join at the stem

tail runs along the baseline

double storey

single storey

Bold

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP QRSTUWWXYZabcde fghijklmnopqrstuvw xyz0123456789 !?#%@*-+;:[{(|)}]

Bold Italic

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symbol of his time. And what sans-serif expresses

is not lack of feeling but the 20th century!


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8/10 Univers 55

8/10 Univers 45

Some feel that the modulated strokes give it a bit more character than Helvetica. It was designed as a full system of fonts with a wide range of weights, unlike Helvetica, which spawned variants in a rather disordered way (this disorder was addressed, much later, with the release of Helvetica Neue). Universe was the first typeface in which the weights were classified with a numerical system. Univers 55 is probably the base text font — the one most similar in weight to the standard version of Helvetica anyway — but a nice thing about Univers is that the lighter weights, especially 45, have even color and can be used to set

Some feel that the modulated strokes give it a bit more character than Helvetica. It was designed as a full system of fonts with a wide range of weights, unlike Helvetica, which spawned variants in a rather disordered way (this disorder was addressed, much later, with the release of Helvetica Neue). Universe was the first typeface in which the weights were classified with a numerical system. Univers 55 is probably the base text font — the one most similar in weight to the standard version of Helvetica anyway but a nice thing about Univers is that the lighter weights, especially 45, have even color and can be used to set continuous text.

8/10 Univers 57

8/10 Univers 66

Some feel that the modulated strokes give it a bit more character than Helvetica. It was designed as a full system of fonts with a wide range of weights, unlike Helvetica, which spawned variants in a rather disordered way (this disorder was addressed, much later, with the release of Helvetica Neue). Universe was the first typeface in which the weights were classified with a numerical system. Univers 55 is probably the base text font — the one most similar in weight to the standard version of Helvetica anyway — but a nice thing about Univers is that the lighter weights, especially 45, have even color and can be used to set continuous text.

Some feel that the modulated strokes give it a bit more character than Helvetica. It was designed as a full system of fonts with a wide range of weights, unlike Helvetica, which spawned variants in a rather disordered way (this disorder was addressed, much later, with the release of Helvetica Neue). Universe was the first typeface in which the weights were classified with a numerical system. Univers 55 is probably the base text font — the one most similar in weight to the standard version of Helvetica anyway — but a nice thing about Univers is that the lighter.

8/10 Univers 93

8/10 Univers 47

Some feel that the modulated strokes give it a bit more cha racter than Helvetica. Univers was designed as the full sys tem of fonts having a really wide range of weights, unlike Helvetica, which spawned va riants in a rather disordered way (this disorder was add ressed, much later, with the release Helvetica Neue) continuous text.

Some feel that the modulated strokes give it a bit more character than Helvetica. It was designed as a full system of fonts with a wide range of weights, unlike Helvetica, which spawned variants in a rather disordered way (this disorder was addressed, much later, with the release of Helvetica Neue). Universe was the first typeface in which the weights were classified with a numerical system. Univers 55 is probably the base text font — the one most similar in weight to the standard version of Helvetica anyway — but a nice thing about Univers is that the lighter weights, especially 45, have even color and can be used to set continuous text.


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Karina Biruk


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