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P22 Schumann Pro

P22 Schumann Pro

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P22 Schumann Pro Font Family was designed by Heinz Schumann, Richard Kegler, Patrick Griffin and published by IHOF. P22 Schumann Pro contains 1 styles.

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About P22 Schumann Pro Font Family

Schumann Pro is the very first issue of a long lost early 1960s typeface project done by Heinz Schumann while he was at the University of Graphics and Book Design in Leipzig, where he studied under German type design giants Albert Kapr and Herbert Thannhaeuser. This alphabet was never published as a typeface, but Schumann went on to design Stentor for Typoart a couple of years after graduating. Albert Kapr’s influence is unmistakable in this playful upright script, especially in the wide and breezy capital forms. Unique exit strokes and serif placement work together to define the bouncy rhythm of this face. This is an expressive original alphabet that successfully bridges the gap between expert calligraphy and everyday sign lettering. P22 Schumann Pro comes with over 500 glyphs, which include plenty of alternates, quite a few ligatures, and extended Latin language support. It is a very effective font when used sparingly in packaging, signage, posters and things designed to catch the eye.

Designers: Heinz Schumann, Richard Kegler, Patrick Griffin

Publisher: IHOF

Foundry: IHOF

Design Owner: IHOF

MyFonts debut: Mar 6, 2019

P22 Schumann Pro

About IHOF

International House of Font (IHOF) is a type boutique showcasing distinctive type designs and designers from around the world. While still technically part of P22 Type Foundry, IHOF offers a wider range of styles from single fonts to a mega-font families with a focus on historically inspired designs. Designs include historical revivals but also original designs from a range of contemporary type designers.

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