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Weiss Modern Gothic

Weiss Modern Gothic

by Jvne77 Studio
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Weiss Modern Gothic Font Family was designed by Emil Rudolf Weiß, Johnny Feron and published by Jvne77 Studio. Weiss Modern Gothic contains 1 styles.

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About Weiss Modern Gothic Font Family

Weiss Modern Gothic is the first digital re-creation with a lot of improvements of a late seventies well-known edited typeface by Bauer. At the time known as Weiss Initials Extra Bold or Weiß Modern Gothik, the design was inspired by the famous Weiß Initialen N°2 drawn by Emil Rudolf Weiß (1875-1942); also father of the non-less famous "Neuland" typeface. Strangely, this beauty seemed abandoned while sister-flared faces like Friz Quadrata, Flange, Serif Gothic or Romic are in a new wave of revival. Hoping this one will not again disappear... Happy new life.

Designers: Emil Rudolf Weiß, Johnny Feron

Publisher: Jvne77 Studio

Foundry: Jvne77 Studio

Design Owner: Jvne77 Studio

MyFonts debut: Dec 13, 2019

Weiss Modern Gothic

About Jvne77 Studio

Created in 2017 by Johnny Feron, a designer who graded publicity design and graphic communication in Toulouse Lautrec Lyceum in Bordeaux then at Claude Garamond School of Art near Paris, Jvne77 Studio is a french foundry based in Lyon, France. With a special affection for typefaces from masters Herb Lubalin, Tom Carnase, Ed Benguiat or Aldo Novarese, Jvne77 focuses on display characters from the late 60's, the 70's and 80's, and some regards on art deco stylish streamlines or multiline decoratives forms. The studio have realised some effective families like Squaredron FF, Arcachon, Gialle, Coalworks, Dreamhouse Kissies, Arkham, Feronne beyond others and his best-seller revival of the early eighties "Weiss Modern Gothic Display" designed after Emil Weiss. Most of these typeface have many open type alternates and all are multilingual productions.

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