The P22 Platten font family has been revisited and expanded by designer Colin Kahn.
Zebra was originally designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer in 1965 for the Stempel foundry in Germany.
This unique font was designed as a two-color script face and is now available digitally for the first time. The P22/IHOF release presents six separate fonts based on the original painted drawings and Stempel proofs.
Glamour was originally released by Lanston Monotype in 1948. It is based on Corvinus designed by Imre Reiner.
P22 Designer Colin Kahn has added some unusual variants to this family illustrating that Glamour can be taken too far and have somewhat unglamorous results.
LTC Kaatskill was made specifically for use in an edition of Rip Van Winkle for the Limited Editions Club. “I feel that Kaatskill owes nothing in its design to any existing face, and the type therefore is as truly an American type as anything so hidebound by tradition as type can be.”- F. Goudy
P22 Civilite is a historic font revival. The font is a non-connecting upright handwriting script based on 16th century sources with a lineage going back to Robert Granjon in France and from early Dutch type specimens from the Enschede and Sons Foundry.