Upon termination of the Agreement, you must destroy the original and any and all copies of the Font Software. Digital Typefaces Inspired by the Past. Free Personal Use Kaiser font. Some of these old sans-serifs have had a real renaissance within the last twenty years Retrieved 28 November
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That foundry’s founder F. The ‘Breite Grotesk’ by J. SF Hollywood Hills Conden. Like most sans-serifs, Akzidenz-Grotesk is ‘monoline’ in structure, with all strokes of the letter of similar width.
The Haas’sche Schriftgiesserei traces its origins back to the printer Jean Exertier, during the second half of the 16th century. Take a look at the stores, take a look on your street, in your own town!
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Akzidenz-Grotesk was popular in this period although other typefaces such as Monotype Grotesque were used also: Retrieved 28 November A New History comments that they “conveyed the functionalist ethos without appearing fnot stylised A ‘folded-up’ structure with narrow apertures and strokes curled up towards the vertical, most obvious on letters such fknt c, e, s and a. You agree not to reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to discover the source code of the Font Software, provided, however, that if you are located in a European Community member country or any other country which provides rights materially similar to the rights set forth in this proviso, you may reverse engineer or decompile the Font Software only to the extent that sufficient information is not available for the purpose of creating an interoperable software program but only for such purpose and only to the extent that sufficient information is not provided by MTI upon written request.
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The Complete Works English ed. Research is complicated by the very large number of small type foundries active in Germany during this period, which often did not publish extensive specimens.
In the late s and early s, Akzidenz-Grotesk was used heavily on The Weather Channel ‘s on-screen graphics. Generally based on Akzidenz-Grotesk Book, it includes a single-storey ‘a’, curled ‘l’, lower- and upper-case ‘k’ that are symmetrical, and ‘t’, ‘u’ and ‘y’ without curls on the base.
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As typeface designs are generally not legally protected unlike their names, which can be trademarked several alternative digitisations inspired by Akzidenz-Grotesk have been released under alternative names. Bauer had earlier cut a typeface called Accidenz-Gothisch”. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Desktop OTF Optimized for use in print. Free Personal Use Fight Night font. Paul Shaw Letter Design blog. The ‘g’ of Akzidenz-Grotesk is a ‘single-storey’ design, like in many other German sans-serifs, but unlike the double-storey ‘g’ found in most serif faces and in many of the earliest sans-serifs that had a lower-case; sans-serif types first appeared in London, but became popular in Germany from the mid-nineteenth century onwards.
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