In 1991 Peter Matthias Noordzij established The Enschedé Font Foundry (TEFF). His high standards of design and craftsmanship, his wide technical expertise, and his established skill as a type designer, made him ideally placed to continue Enschedé’s tradition of high-quality type design and manufacture using contemporary technology. He soon made Trinité available in the PostScript font format, and this was followed by Lexicon (1992) also by Bram de Does. Renard, by Fred Smeijers, based on the types of Hendrik van den Keere followed. Ruse, by Peter Matthias’s father, Gerrit Noordzij, and Collis, by his brother Christoph Noordzij were released in 2000.
Besides selling well-designed and original typefaces to the general public, The Enschedé Font Foundry also does commissioned work on type, so called custom fonts.
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