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Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental

Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental

by Intellecta Design
Individual Styles from $18.90
Complete family of 3 fonts: $49.90
Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental Font Family was designed by Paulo W and published by Intellecta Design. Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental contains 3 styles and family package options.

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About Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental Font Family

I digitized and revitalize Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental from the classical type specimen book from Rudolf Hostetler. He was a Swiss type designer, author of “The Printer’s Terms” designed by Jan Tschichold, of “Technical Terms of the Printing Industry” (5th edition was printed in 1995), and of "Type: eine Auswahl guter Drucktypen; 80 Alphabete klassischer und moderner Schriften" (Teufen, Ausser-Rhoden: Niggli, 1958). He also wrote "Type: A Selection of Types" (1949, fgm books, R. Hostettler, E. Kopley, H. Strehler Publ., St. Gallen and London) in which he highlights type made by European houses such as Haas, Enschedé, Deberny and Nebiolo. Jost Hochuli wrote his biography.

Designers: Paulo W

Publisher: Intellecta Design

Foundry: Intellecta Design

Original Foundry: unknown

Design Owner: Intellecta Design

MyFonts debut: Apr 24, 2007

Hostetler Fette Ultfraktur Ornamental

About Intellecta Design

Intellecta Design is a Brazilian typefoundry interested in typographical research and revivals of all forms of ancient typefaces and handwriting styles. It searches historical churches, museums, antiquaries and similar institutions to develop fonts from old books and documents, and has a large collection of rare catalogues and books from XVI to XIX century to help in your studies to digitize lost fonts and non-usual handwriting script models. This kind of research is not common in Brazil. In addition, its design team also works to create new and modern typefaces for all applications. Intellecta Design claims to be the creator and owner of the largest typeface library in Latin America.

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