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Number Two

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Current URL:
http://www.lineto.com/The+Fonts/Font+Categories/Text+Fonts/Number+Two/

Designed by Martha Stutteregger 1996

Published by Lineto

An early Sans serif typeface called "Berthold Schmale Runde Grotesk" inspired me for this design. It is beautifully suited for headlines, but works surprisingly well even for text setting.

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Current URL:
http://www.lineto.com/The+Fonts/Font+Categories/Text+Fonts/Gravur+Conden...

Designed by Cornel Windlin & Gilles Gavillet 1996-2001

Published by Lineto

One of the key features of everyday life in switzerland is standardisation, ranging from the look of waste bags to the design of letterboxes. interestingly, and maybe perversely, 99% of all swiss letterboxes and door bells are inscribed in exactly the same way. there must be a whole army of name plate engravers all over the country, all using exactly the type style. i redraw the font together with gilles gavillet, generating 5 different weights (and an unpublished set of 5 alternate fonts).

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Current URL:
http://www.lineto.com/The+Fonts/Font+Categories/Text+Fonts/Courier+Sans/

Designed by Practise & James Goggin 1994-2001

Published by Lineto

courier sans was originally designed in 1994 during the first year of my graphic design degree in order to circumvent the college's tyrannical "courier only" rule of their pseudo-basel ‘basic typography’ exercises. by taking the generic macintosh system font and cutting off all the serifs, a pleasantly anonymous and functional, yet somehow stylish sans serif was created. i received a third for the exercise, but was able to refute accusations of rule-breaking with the answer: "ah, but you see: it's courier SANS!"

Brauer Neue

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Current URL:
http://www.lineto.com/The+Fonts/Font+Categories/Text+Fonts/Brauer+Neue/

Designed by Philippe Desarzens & Elektrosmog 1999-2006

Published by Lineto

http://www.lineto.com/Lineto.com/Frontpages/2006/14+Dec+2006/
Talking about the development of the «Brauer» typeface, its originator

Biff

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Current URL:
http://www.lineto.com/The+Fonts/Font+Categories/Graphic+Fonts/Biff/

Designed by Reala 1999

Published by Lineto

Biff is inspired by early New York graffiti and its continuation into various throw-up styles.

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Current URL:
http://www.lineto.com/The+Fonts/Font+Categories/Graphic+Fonts/Kada/

Designed by Joel Nordström 2002

Published by Lineto

The logo of a RAYGIL coffee machine was the starting point for this caps-only stencil font. The designer of the logo probably used a variant of Frankfurter and made a stencil version of the 6 characters he needed. KADA was drawn from scratch without further reference to Frankfurter and the result now serves well as a very bold and graphic headline typeface, offering 2 alternate character sets on the upper case and lower case within the same font.

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Also known as Co Headline and Co Text

Current URL:
http://www.daltonmaag.com/browse/fonts/dama/co

Designed by Ron Carpenter, Bruno Maag and North Design 2006

Published by Dalton Maag Ltd

Coconut

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Current URL:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/canadatype/coconut/

Designed by Patrick Griffin 2006

Published by Canada Type

Coconut is a round and heavy unicase font with the techno, squarish, grid-based squeeze that of late seems part of almost every contemporary pop designs. It works as the 21st century display substitute to tired last-century horses like Frankfurter, VAG, or the rounded Helveticas, Futuras, and DINs out there.

Coconut and Coconut Shadow come in all popular font formats, with a complete character set that is loaded with alternates. Check out the character map for a real techno treat.

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Current URL:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ihof/p22-platten/
http://www.p22.com/ihof/platten.html

Designed by Richard Kegler 2003 Published by International House of Fonts

P22 Platten is based on a lettering found in a German fountain pen practice book in the 1920s. (You may have seen the similar Speedball books in the US). This round tip pen lettering is comparable to the basic forms used grammar school teaching alphabets, but with a few original characteristics.

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Current URL:
http://www.daltonmaag.com/browse/fonts/dama/tondo/standard

Designed by Veronika Burian 2007 Published by Dalton Maag Ltd

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Current URL:
http://flat-it.com/1000s.php

Designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa 2007 Published by Flat-it

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Current URL:
http://flat-it.com/Camera.php

Designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa 2007 Published by Flat-it

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Erik Spiekermann, Christian Schwartz, Erik van Blokland, 2008

Designer and FontShop founder Erik Spiekermann notes that “round typefaces keep going in and out of fashion, for many reasons. One of them always has been the media the face would be used for: type on screens and back-lit signs suffers from radiant light. Sharp type will look blunt, and the amount of bluntness that occurs is usually unpredictable. Then came Web 2.0 and rounded typefaces made a major comeback. I think they are here to stay, both as a fashion statement and for physical reasons, like in the old days. There will always be bad media which needs indestructible fonts.”

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Current URL:
http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100030

Designed by Tobias Frere-Jones Published by Hoefler & Frere-Jones

Gotham Rounded is a technical letter that goes from friendly to high-tech to cheeky with ease.

Our Gotham typeface, inspired by signs on buildings, celebrates the workmanlike “draftsman’s alphabet” at a monumental scale. Similarly unadorned, but at a more intimate size, is the lettering of engineering: the marks on precision instruments, blueprints, stencils and templates. Drawn, stamped, engraved and routed, these forms are sensitively captured by our new Gotham Rounded family, available in eight styles including italics.

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GE Insipira is a custom Rounded Typeface for the GE Corporation.

Bryant

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Current URL(s):
http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/fontfont/ff_isonorm/
http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/elsner_flake/isonorm/

Designed by Robert Kirchner

Even before AutoCAD decided to acknowledge the existence of PostScript, artists and designers have been asking for a PostScript version of the Isonorm draughtsman's face. A lot of creative people are eagerly waiting to misuse this geometrically-constructed standard letterform for their free-wheeling design. So now, at last, you can have some fun.

FF Speak

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Current URL(s):
http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/fontfont/ff_speak/
http://www.fontfont.com/shop/index.ep?clist=PS,23885&cview=P23885
http://www.fonts.com/findfonts/mondosearchresults.htm?st=12&kid=FF%20Speak

Designed by Jan Maack

FF Speak is a Humanist Sans serif from a new FontFont designer, Denmark's Jan Maack. With FF Speak, Maack wanted to capture the tone of voice of youthful conversation. He created smooth but lively letterforms that would evoke different intonations depending on the weights and ligatures used. FF Speak features light, regular, bold, and heavy weights with companion italics.

Chevin

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Current URL:
http://www.type.co.uk/index.php?p=a_to_z&search=Chevin

Designed by Nick Cooke 2003

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