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See also: The Grocery
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Zebrawood font is a joint work of the typeface designers K.B. Chansler, C. Crossgrove and C. Twombly, who also designed Rosewood, Ponderose and Pepperwood together. Like its relatives, Zebrawood also displays a kind of Wild West character. Its style can be traced back to the Toscanienne typefaces which appeared in advertisements and on signs at the end of the 19th century. Typical of this... Read More
FF Zan is a fun titling typeface that started its life as part of the phototype collection of Hollenstein in 1970. Originally designed as a headline for a book of Delpire publishing house, Albert Hollenstein found the letters quite interesting and asked Albert Boton to make a complete alphabet. Together with FF Aircraft, FF District Bold and FF Studio, FF Zan is part of the FF Bastille... Read More
The Chrysler Building's decorative motif acted as the formal language that inspired the Linotype Spitz typeface. Linotype Spitz is a combination of pointed and semicircular elements that develop their own aesthetic value in their interplay. Neither the Chrysler Building nor the Linotype Spitz is designed on the basis of geometric rules; they both take account of optical phenomena in their... Read More
Wiescher Design 1996