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

100. Mistral, Roger Excoffon (1953) — In the USA, Mistral remains a much-used font for logos and advertising claims even today. #typography #fonts

100. Mistral, Roger Excoffon (1953) — In the USA, Mistral remains a much-used font for logos and advertising claims even today. #typography #fonts

98. Bello, Underware (2004) — An incredibly memorable, sturdy brush typeface from Underware, with two contrasting styles: connected and block capitals. #typography #fonts

98. Bello, Underware (2004) — An incredibly memorable, sturdy brush typeface from Underware, with two contrasting styles: connected and block capitals. #typography #fonts

Condensed fonts by Ed Benguiat 1974, obliques by André Gürtler, Erich Gschwind and Christian Mengelt 1977

Condensed fonts by Ed Benguiat 1974, obliques by André Gürtler, Erich Gschwind and Christian Mengelt 1977

81. Caecilia, Peter Matthias Noordzij (1990) — The large family’s strength is its combination of a classical ideas and the typical Hague style … which can be appreciated in the clear forms and a dynamic italic. #typography #fonts

81. Caecilia, Peter Matthias Noordzij (1990) — The large family’s strength is its combination of a classical ideas and the typical Hague style … which can be appreciated in the clear forms and a dynamic italic. #typography #fonts

22. OCR, American Type Founders (1965) — The technical OCR typefaces were rediscovered (in PostScript format) by computer designers in the early 1990s, and have remained among the most popular fonts for posters, magazines and covers ever since. #typography #fonts

22. OCR, American Type Founders (1965) — The technical OCR typefaces were rediscovered (in PostScript format) by computer designers in the early 1990s, and have remained among the most popular fonts for posters, magazines and covers ever since. #typography #fonts

85. Souvenir, Morris Fuller Benton (1914) — It is said to have been inspired by Schelter Antiqua. #typography #fonts

85. Souvenir, Morris Fuller Benton (1914) — It is said to have been inspired by Schelter Antiqua. #typography #fonts

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