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Matthieu Cortat

Born in 1982 in Delémont (Switzerland), Matthieu Cortat studied graphic design in Lausanne (Écal, Switzerland) and joined in 2005 the Atelier National de Recherche Typographique (ANRT) in Nancy, France.

Since then, he works as type designer of text fonts, graphic designers (mostly for text books) and guide/lecturer in the Printing Museum of Lyon (France).

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9 font families by Matthieu Cortat

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Stockmar

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6 fonts from $50.00
Stockmar Stockmar

Brett

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1 font from $30.00
Brett Brett

Stuart Standard™

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72 fonts from $50.00
Stuart Standard™ Stuart Standard™

Ecstrat

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1 font from $30.00
Ecstrat Ecstrat

Stuart Pro™

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18 fonts from $70.00
Stuart Pro™ Stuart Pro™

Ebnor

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6 fonts from $80.00
Ebnor Ebnor

Ebnor is a digital version of the ‘Écriture Bâton Normalisée’ (Standardized Sans Serif) presented by M. Brun in a self published booklet of 1959.
The shape of letters respect the standard E-04-105 edited by the French Association for Standardization (AFNOR). The letters are drawned with a round nib pen. The basic unit is the height of a lower case ‘c’: all capitals are 1.6 ‘c’ height, upper case A V and M are 8 ‘c’ large, W 12, etc. The italic is a sloped roman at an angle of 15°.
Ebnor scrupulously respects the recommendations of the author. Nevertheless, the booklet only give models for the basic 26 upper case, 26 lower case, and 10 figures. The other 500 glyphs, and the spacing, has been designed by Nonpareille.

Louize

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12 fonts from $65.00
Louize Louize

Glovis

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1 font from $30.00
Glovis Glovis

Glovis is a ‘typewriter’ font — meaning monospaced (all characters use the same width) — and is also italic.

But the italic style was originally created to take less space than roman: its letters are slightly bent and a bit narrowed. So a typeface monospaced and italic is quite paradoxical!

Svafa

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Svafa Svafa

Svafa is a free revival of a lettering designed by Eugène Grasset in 1893, on a poster for Richard Wagner’s opera ‘The Valkyrie’. Brisk an rough, but full of youthfullness, it is a surprisingly modern writing. To be more dynamic and attractive, Svafa is designed with special ligatures for the doubled lower case (aa, bb, cc, etc.), and with alternate drawings for accented letters.
In Norse mythology, Svafa is a valkyrie and the daughter of king Eylimi. Her name has been theorized as meaning ‘sleep-maker’…

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