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Amhara Font Family was designed by Ingo Zimmermann and published by Ingo. Amhara contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Amhara Font Family

A “latin” alphabet modelled on the ethiopian Ge'ez script - an experiment that works.

Amhara was created by transferring the typical forms of the Ethiopian Amharic script to the west European alphabet. Because Amharic is traditionally written with an expanded pen tip, it shows the typical ductus also characteristic of the uncial scripts of late antiquity and the early Middle Ages. So this font »Amhara« has a somewhat sacramental effect. And, although the individual forms look foreign, the overall picture is strangely familiar.

The two styles of »Amhara« include a number of ligatures which dispose of many non-attractive letter combinations.

Stylistic alternates are available for some letters, too.

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Designers: Ingo Zimmermann

Publisher: Ingo

Foundry: Ingo

Design Owner: Ingo

MyFonts debut: Apr 17, 2020


About Ingo

Founded in 1994, ingoFonts provides the fonts designed and crafted by me, Ingo Zimmermann. I am a type design professional located in Augsburg, Germany, and working in corporate and editorial design. My very first fonts were stencils which I cut out of paperboard and used in graffiti. During my studies I began to publish my fonts under the label ingoFonts, and of all it started with a blackletter: ”Faber Fraktur.“ By now my designs include fonts of all styles, from classical to modern, script fonts, revivals of historic typefaces, Romans, sans serifs, decorative fonts, including fonts like ”Biró Script“, ”Absolut“ or ”Maier's Nr.8“, which seem to be growing quite popular since they've been published.

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