Tag: 1940

Movie Script Font

“Movie Script” is the script that was used in German movie-brochures. Those were small four page leaflets with a lot of sepia-colored pictures about the movie one was about to see. Today those things are collectors items. The script was

Copperplate Wide Font

“Copperplate Wide” is remotely based on the traditional Copperplate typeface that can be seen on many business cards. I have completely redrawn the typeface in a much wider version and without those stubby little serifs. In the place of the

Effete Font

Effete is a metropolitan titling typeface, similar in weight and proportion to fonts like Imre Reiner’s Corvinus, but both more expressive and less goofy. Effete conveys a sense of quality and authenticity. Published by WordshapeDownload Effete

Nimbus Sans No 5 Font

Designed by Max Miedinger, Nimbus Sans is a sans-serif typeface created by URW, based on Helvetica. The family supports Western Europe, East Europe, Turkish, Baltic, Romanian languages. Some of the fonts have history predating Helvetica’s first release. For example, Nimbus

Uncle Hans Font

A versatile font that will work equally well in a retro design as in a modern context. Based on a signboard from the Freemasons club that my late uncle used to be a member of. Published by Jacob TeschDownload Uncle

Nimbus Sans Font

Break the Fontopoly. Helvetica. The boss of the 600-lb gorillas. A famous name, known in every corner of the world as the end-all, be-all of sans-serif typefaces. It even has its own feature film. But, what if everything you assumed