About this font family
German designer Rosemarie Kloos-Rau created Wiesbaden Swing in 1992 for Linotype.
This light, informal typeface is based on her own handwriting, and the strokes have a feeling of spontaneity and energetic flair. Characters like the D, O, W, g, n and y really do swing with unbridled confidence and joy.
Kloos-Rau says about her typeface: “From the experience with my design company I recognized the need for fonts with personality. Wiesbaden Swing is my contemporary contribution to the field of calligraphy, a headline font which offers a fresh and unconventional approach to typography.” More…
This family has both regular and bold weights, and a set of Dingbats. The Dingbats are light-hearted and zippy symbols for holidays, children’s products, menus, and more.
Wiesbaden Swing will add zest to packaging, catalogs, menus, websites, greeting cards, and magazine layouts.