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Jean F Porchez's picture
Joined: 7 Jan 2003 - 11:00am
Launched: Allumi PTF Extended by

Allumi PTF Extended is an exclusive design only availble at

Allumi PTF is a different font. Different from anything I have has designed in the past. Allumi PTF is a sleek typeface designed with technology in mind.

It’s a perfect font family for any communication concerning design, robotics, or functionality. Pushed to its extreme limits, the Allumi PTF shapes are neither perfectly round or geometrically square. It’s a human design with a high tech touch. Allumi PTF can be described as the Eurostyle (designed by Aldo Novarese in 1962) of the new century, mixed with Frutiger. Allumi is a serious typeface because of the unique design and sturdy form. The pure shapes can create a global presence today with an eye on the world of tomorrow.

Each series features a full glyph set which covers most latin languages and includes all aspects of typographic needs such small caps, various set of figures & so on. In addition, with the use of some alternate glyphs, the overall aspect of text setting can change. Last but not least, more than 70 dingbats are included and adapted for the 9 series.

Jean François Porchez

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About Porchez Typofonderie
Founded in 1994, Porchez Typofonderie is an independent digital type foundry in France, designing, manufacturing and selling high quality typefaces for adventurous digital typographers.

Matthew Anderson's picture
Joined: 5 Apr 2006 - 11:33am

I have to admit that I have a strange, immediate attraction to this family. Obviously this was considered in the process (at least to an extent, with the reference of Eurostyle), but the high-tech vibe I pick up on is really that of a technology of the past — an industrial, tactile tech more than a digital, bleep-bleep tech. But nonetheless it seems to work in this age too, and because of that fusion I love it. Can’t wait to see it in action!

David R.'s picture
Joined: 4 Jan 2007 - 4:47pm

Great font! As always. Looking forward to seeing it in use.

Ben Mitchell's picture
Joined: 12 Aug 2007 - 4:05pm

Yum! Super work!

Bert Vanderveen's picture
Joined: 13 Jun 2004 - 8:19am

Glyphs looking like magnets pushing/pulling each other. Magnetic tension. Love it!

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Bert Vanderveen BNO