[[Indices]] : [[Designers]] : Carol Twombly
Carol Twombly (1959-) studied architecture at the [[RISD|Rhode Island School of Design]], and went on to become one of the five students to get master's degrees in type design from [[Charles Bigelow]] at Stanford. Twombly briefly worked for Bigelow as well. Her typeface Mirarae won the Morisawa type design competition, and was produced by Bitstream. She worked for [[Adobe Systems]] from 1988-99, producing many well-known typefaces, including Lithos, Trajan, and Adobe Caslon. She retired from type design and left Adobe in 1999 to do other crafts, such as textile-based design and jewellery.