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Certified Series 1

Certified™ Series 1

by Lettering Inc
Individual Styles from $27.76
Certified Series 1 Font Family was designed by Stuart Sandler, Bai Meillon and published by Lettering Inc. Certified Series 1 contains 1 styles.

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About Certified Series 1 Font Family

The Certified typeface series was born out of a need to give designers the ability to embellish their designs with high quality certificate borders that could be scaled to any application easily. Rather than scale a static image and end up choking up your design with too much border and not enough space, Certified allows you to create beautiful ornate certificate borders that can be scaled to the correct thickness and shape to fit any size document or image area. Each font includes five amazing certificate border designs and a PDF user manual that explains quick and easy methods to build a border using Certified. The complete family package includes all three fonts with fifteen amazing certificate border designs and a PDF user manual with each that explains quick and easy methods to build a border using Certified.

Designers: Stuart Sandler, Bai Meillon

Publisher: Lettering Inc

Foundry: Lettering Inc

Design Owner: Lettering Inc

MyFonts debut: Feb 8, 2012

Certified™ Series 1

About Lettering Inc

Founded in 1939 by Edwin W. Krauter in Chicago, Lettering, Inc. produced its own patented Photo-Ray process of lettering (US Pat 2165861) in which transparent letters made from original alphabets were assembled by hand and then placed in a line (angled or curved if so desired) and then photographed. This "glass setting" process created flawlessly set headlines and, with multiple character forms to choose from, the headline looked authentically lettered. An early competitor of Photo Lettering, Inc, they employed such notable lettering artists of the time as Oscar Ogg, Ray DaBoll and Ray Baker, among others. At its height in the late 1960s, Lettering, Inc. had as many as 14 franchises operating in the US and Canada and was continually producing new alphabet designs. As the market changed and computer technology evolved, Lettering, Inc. became less of a supplier of type to the ad agencies and became more involved as a supplier of high-end graphics and type to the big Detroit auto makers. Today, from its Southfield, Michigan office, Lettering, Inc. continues to provide various graphics services to a diverse group of customers.

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