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P22 Speyside Font

P22 Speyside by Torleiv Sverdrup P22 Speyside is a round, curved and controlled sans serif, with an additional set of decorated uppercase letters, initials and small caps. It’s appropriate for text, titling and display. The origin of the name is

P22 Cezanne Pro Font

This font set, created for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, celebrates the work of influential French artist Paul Cezanne. P22’s Cezanne font allows you to beautify your documents with a faithful rendition of the artist’s handwriting, while Cezanne Sketches recreates

P22 Late November Pro Font

Late November is a transitional Antiqua-inspired type design. From the designer: “I started working with the design one dark, late November night, two years ago. After two years of work, I felt I had to draw the line and consider

P22 Signature Pack Font

The P22 Artist Signature Font Pack includes 17 handwriting and dingbat fonts inspired by famous artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Edward Hopper, Vincent van Gogh and of course the ever popular Cezanne font. The design of artist handwriting fonts was

P22 Bifur Font

Bifur was originally designed by poster artist A.M. Cassandre. This Art Deco type design was issued by the French foundry Deberny & Peignot in 1929. Even upon it’s original release and promotion, suggestions on how not to use Bifur were

P22 Bagaglio Font

A mysterious 1930s Italian luggage tag inspired Bagaglio. Given its historical and geographical origin, this rough-hewn font could be considered a cousin to our Il Futurismo. Published by P22 Type FoundryDownload P22 Bagaglio

P22 Dard Hunter Font Set Font

Dard Hunter was arguably one of the most influential graphic designers to come out of the American Arts and Crafts movement. Here are more authentic Dard Hunter designs from his Roycroft era (1900-1910), authorized by his grandson, Dard Hunter III.

LTC Circled Caps Font

This handy font allows designers of commercial products to add basic circled letters that are uniform in appearance. On music CDs, the Copyright and Publish (AKA Phonogram) symbols often do not match because while most fonts include a circle c

P22 Parrish Set Font

Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966), whose career spanned nearly ninety years, holds a unique place in American art and culture. He was enormously accomplished and successful in both fine art and commercial endeavors. Parrish’s hand-drawn letters were a significant part of his

P22 Monet Set Font

This font set was developed for the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and their 1999 Monet exhibition, Monet at Giverny: Masterpieces from the Musee Marmattan. Monet Regular is a fairly straightforward script font with an undulating thick and thin stroke. Monet Impressionist

P22 Hopper Set Font

This font set is based on the handwriting styles of quintessential American artist Edward Hopper and his wife, Josephine Nivison Hopper, and was produced in conjunction with the Whitney Museum of American Art. Both artists kept a record of Edward’s

P22 Woodtype Set Font

Based on a rare specimen of an American Wood Types from the late 1800s, this condensed font conjures up 19th Century Americana but offers many potential design possibilities. The small caps font is based on a variation of the same

P22 Koch Signs Set Font

This set reproduces over 350 of the signs contained in German typographer Rudolf Koch’s “The Book of Signs,” the symbols include Astrological, Christian, Medieval and Runic iconography. Published by P22 Type FoundryDownload P22 Koch Signs Set

P22 Ed Rogers Set Font

Ed Rogers (1925-2002) was an unlikely and unintentional art figure. His art career began in 1981 when he met David Greenberger, the creator of The Duplex Planet, an ongoing project that introduces us to people who are old or in

P22 Bauhaus Set Font

This font set includes three type faces designed by Herbert Bayer, including the famous “Universal” font most commonly associated with the Bauhaus school. A collection of 72 graphic elements inspired by various Bauhaus works rounds out this collection. This set

P22 Eaglefeather Family Font

The fonts contained in this collection are a tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright, arguably the greatest architectural genius of his time. Wright produced a vast body of work that defined and redefined American architecture. His talent extended into the creation

P22 Arts & Crafts Font Pack Font

16 fonts based upon lettering and type styles from the Arts and Crafts movements of England and the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Craftsmen-Artists such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Dard Hunter, Maxfield Parrish and William

P22 Il Futurismo Set Font

Italian Futurism (1908-43) was one of the 20th century’s first and most influential avant garde art movements. Futurist typography sought to disrupt traditional notions of harmony, space and composition on the printed page. The bold and jarring shapes of this