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Museum Fournier

Museum Fournier™

by T4 Foundry
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Museum Fournier Font Family was designed by Torbjörn Olsson and published by T4 Foundry. Museum Fournier contains 1 styles.

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About Museum Fournier Font Family

Museum Fournier is inspired by a set of Rococo capitals designed by Pierre Simon Fournier le Jeune circa 1760. The matrices are part of a set imported to Sweden by J.P. Lindh in 1818 from Breitkopf & Härtel in Leipzig, Germany. They are now in the Nordiska Museum in Stockholm. Type designer Torbjörn Olsson has expanded the original 31 lead matrices in the collection to 55 characters. Please note that the font contains capitals only, no lower case letters and no figures either. Museum Fournier is an OpenType creation, for both PC and Mac. Swedish type foundry T4 premiere new fonts every month. Museum Fournier is our ninth introduction. Museum Fournier is part of the growing Museum type family. Museum also includes three different border fonts, an ornament font with some of Granjon's arabesques and Museum Tertia Cursive, an exquisite 1700's typeface with modern additions.

Designers: Torbjörn Olsson

Publisher: T4 Foundry

Foundry: T4 Foundry

Design Owner: T4 Foundry

MyFonts debut: Jun 26, 2007

Museum Fournier™ is a trademark of T4 Typography AB.

About T4 Foundry

T4 provides Swedish typefaces to the world, offering a wide collection of original display and text type with the occasional twist. Although T4 is a young and modern foundry, the team behind the company has a long history of type design, well before the digital era. Bo Berndal and Torbjörn Olsson are two of T4's prominent type designers. T4 also works with clients that have special needs, and develops logotypes, design programs and in-house typefaces. The sister company A4 designs newspapers.

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