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About Schmalfette CP Font Family
SchmalfetteCP is the result of another collaboration between designers Jason Walcott and Rob King. King suggested that Walcott revive this wonderful and somewhat forgotten sans serif typeface from the mid 1950s. Originally designed by Walter Haettenschweiler in 1954, Schmalfette Grotesk was used for many years in the German magazine "Twen". The typeface was notoriously hard to acquire at the time and graphic designers in the USA often resorted to cutting letters from the Twen magazines and reusing them in their own designs. Later, when digital type came along several typefaces very similar were created that claimed to be digital revivals of Schmalfette Grotesk. However, they are actually only loosely based on the original. The proportions are different and in some cases a lower case was added. The original font was all caps. At Rob King's suggestion, Jason Walcott has strived to recreate the most faithful digital revival possible of the original Schmalfette Grotesk with the new version of SchmalfetteCP. In some cases small changes were made to accommodate today's digital needs (e.g. web fonts), but anyone who has ever searched for this typeface now has a version available that most closely resembles Haettenschweiler's original work. Schmalfette CP comes in OpenType format in both .ttf and .otf files and offers support for all Latin based and Eastern European languages.
Designers: Jason Anthony Walcott, Walter Haettenschweiler
Publisher: CounterPoint Type Studio
Foundry: CounterPoint Type Studio
Design Owner: CounterPoint Type Studio
MyFonts debut: Jan 15, 2016
About CounterPoint Type Studio
The new type foundry from long-time font designer Jason Walcott. CounterPoint fonts will continue to provide the graphics industry with high-quality OpenType fonts. The main focus of CounterPoint designs will be on developing unique and interesting display faces. When applicable, the advantages of OpenType technology will be used to create typefaces that are able to give a more hand-lettered and organic look to computer based fonts.
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