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About Manito LP Font Family
Manito was designed by Garrett Boge in 1989. He employed a wide pen and angular, sturdy forms to simulate rough-hewn woodcut letters. The font, consisting of both capitals and small caps, provides an ideal graphic complement to collateral of a natural or environmental character. It is named after a native American word for 'Great Spirit'.
Designers: Garrett Boge
Original Foundry: unknown
Design Owner: LetterPerfect
MyFonts debut: Nov 8, 2004
A broad knowledge of letterforms and meticulous craftsmanship are the qualities that define LetterPerfect Fonts. Founded in 1986 at the dawn of the personal computer era, LetterPerfect is one of the longest-standing independent digital foundries. Begun by lettering artist Garrett Boge, LetterPerfect's initial offerings reflected his background in greeting card design at Hallmark cards. This growing collection, under the banner of Vive la Fonts, now consists of 32 contemporary script and display faces. With the aid of collaborator and fellow lettering artist Paul Shaw, LetterPerfect's new font collection, Legacy of Letters, extends the foundry's line to original type designs based on lettering models from important historical periods - ranging from 3rd century inscriptions to early 20th century poster art.