Trump Gothic is a revival and expansion of two different takes on Signum, Georg Trump’s popular mid-twentieth-century condensed gothic.
When it was published by the Weber foundry in 1955, Signum became an instant classic.
Less than one year later, the Czech foundry Grafotechna released Stanislav Marso’s Kamene, a reinterpretation of Signum. The differences between the two were quite subtle in most forms, but functionally proved to offer different levels of visual flexibility. Marso changed a few letters, most notably the wonderful a and g he added, and also made a bold weight. More…
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