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Daniel Pelavin

Daniel Pelavin learned the crafts of typography and design under the tutelage of mentors in Detroit’s professional art studios and typehouses. From his earliest work, produced with draftsman’s tools, to a present day virtuosity in digital media, Pelavin has used a restrained and simplified vocabulary of geometric forms, rich, flat colors and letterforms inspired by a wide range of 20th century cultural ephemera to create cogent and compelling messages for publishing, advertising and communication design.

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20 font families by Daniel Pelavin

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Marquee

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Marquee Marquee

Salty Dog

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Salty Dog Salty Dog

Rilke

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Rilke Rilke

Rilke is an adaptation of the lettering used by Gustav Klimt on his poster for the 1st Vienna Secession exhibition in 1898 and is named for Klimt’s contemporary the poet Rainer Maria Rilke. The Vienna Secession was a group of artists who worked in a variety of styles under the banner of the phrase “to every age its art and to art its freedom.” Their goal was to create a new style that was not based upon any historical influence (yeah, like that’s ever going to happen).

ITC Anna™

by ITC
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ITC Anna™ ITC Anna™

ITC Anna is a labor of love by Daniel Pelavin. He designed the font for his wedding invitation and reused it on the birth announcement of his first child, Anna, whose namesake it is. The simple geometric forms and their proportions create a unique font appropriate for any special occasion.

Tiki

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Tiki Tiki

It’s here, it’s new and it’s bamboo.

Twentieth Century

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Twentieth Century Twentieth Century

Setsuko

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Setsuko Setsuko

ITC Anna™

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ITC Anna™ ITC Anna™

ITC Anna™ is a literal labor of love, created by Daniel Pelavin. He first designed this font for use on his wedding invitation, and it was later reused on the birth announcement of his first child, Anna, after whom the font itself is now named. ITC Anna’s simple geometric forms and proportions create a unique appearance appropriate for any special occasion.

HiFi

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HiFi HiFi

Mimosa

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Mimosa Mimosa

Bokar

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Bokar Bokar

Tribeca Script

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Tribeca Script Tribeca Script

ITC Anna™

by Adobe
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ITC Anna™ ITC Anna™

ITC Kulukundis™

by ITC
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ITC Kulukundis™ ITC Kulukundis™

Forgia

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5 fonts from $30.00
Forgia Forgia

Bing

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Bing Bing

China Market

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China Market China Market

Book Country

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Book Country Book Country

Book Country first appeared on a poster for “New York is Book Country” an annual literary event. It was inspired by the lettering of Ben Shahn on a poster protesting the 1927 execution of Italian radicals Nicolo Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti. Though apparently naive and crudely drawn, nevertheless, the letterforms effected an urgent and powerful message.

Monograph

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Monograph Monograph

Safety

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Safety Safety

Safety is rendered with vertical stress and purely geometric shapes. The letterforms exhibit a stylized, precision typical of works from the Machine Age which had its greatest period of influence between the two world wars and celebrated the supposed triumphs of the late Industrial Age including mass production, skyscrapers, radio & phonographs, hydroelectric power and streamlined styling in product and industrial design.

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