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P22 Dada

P22 Dada™

by P22 Type Foundry
Individual Styles from $24.95
Complete family of 3 fonts: $69.95
P22 Dada Font Family was designed by Richard Kegler and published by P22 Type Foundry. P22 Dada contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About P22 Dada Font Family

The original idea of the Dada font and randomness was given new life with the introduction of OpenType programming. P22 Dada Pro includes over 500 glyphs of letters and images and can be used to create Dada inspired typography by simply selecting various OpenType features.

P22 Dada Pro was released in 2006 as "Dada Special Edition" to coincide with the "First Major International Dada Museum Exhibition in The United States" at the National Gallery of Art.

Designers: Richard Kegler

Publisher: P22 Type Foundry

Foundry: P22 Type Foundry

Design Owner: P22 Type Foundry

MyFonts debut: Mar 21, 2000

P22 Dada™ is a trademark of P-22.

About P22 Type Foundry

P22 Type Foundry is a digital type foundry and letterpress printing studio based in Rochester, New York. The company was created in 1994 in Buffalo, New York by co-founders Richard Kegler and Carima El-Behairy. The company is best known for its type designs, which have appeared in films and on numerous commercial products. The P22 Type Foundry retail font collection specializes in historical letterforms inspired by art, history, and science that otherwise have never been available previously in digital form. P22 works with museums and foundations to ensure the development of accurate historical typefaces, and with private clients to create custom bespoke fonts. P22 also offers special curated collections, including International House of Fonts (IHOF), Lanston Type Co. (LTC) and Hamilton Wood Type Collection (HWT), all under the P22 Type Foundry umbrella.

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