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30. Minion, Robert Slimbach (1990) — The basic model for Minion did not come from any one single source, but was a synthesis of historical forms and the digital possibilities of the 1980s. #typography #fonts

68. Trixie, Erik van Blokland (1991) — It is one of the oldest FontFont typefaces: the grungy typewriter face FF Trixie. #typography #fonts

80. Kosmik, Letterror (1993) — More than any other FontFont, FF Kosmik demonstrates FontShop International’s desire to set technical and aesthetic standards. #typography #fonts

84. Miller, Matthew Carter (1997) – "What it has done is to capture the good colour and the generous breath and modelling of its model, and to bring a valid version of Scotch Roman back into current use after a lapse of some decades.” #typography #fonts

8. Officina, Erik Spiekermann (1990) — “Two things motivated me to propose a new typeface to the International Typeface Corporation (ITC) in 1988. One was that I had had enough of the sleek, ‘pretty’ fonts that all the manufacturers were releasing, and the other was that there was a need for a modern correspondence font for laser printers. ‘Great’, said ITC, ‘go ahead.’" #typography #fonts

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